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RETROSPECT 

The future is rooted deep within our past; 
Our heritage is our divine destiny, 

And we must look, not only far ahead, 
But deep within and far behind, 

O'er great bridges we have crossed, 

Yet, o'er great bridges we are destined 
Still to go. 

We have fled the walls of childhood, 

And now the adult path of life 
We have before us. 

We must not be afraid 
Of that we do not understand, 

But instead, look with wisdom 

Far into our souls 

And bide our lives accordingly. 

Life is a rainy window. 

While looking out, we 
Often see ourselves 
Reflected from within. 

—Donald Eaton, '63 




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FACULTY 

SENIORS 

SPORTS 

ORGANIZATIONS 
CLASSROOMS 
WHO’S WHO 
ACTIVITIES 
SENIOR REVUE 
GRADUATION 


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TO OUR PARENTS . . . 

whose love, encouragement, and 
sacrifice, made this day possible. 

We very seldom take time to say "Thank You" to our parents. They 
have watched us and helped us all these years. We take their efforts for 
granted. We, probably most of us, never say thank you to them . . . and 
we know we can really never say enough thank you's. It is, therefore, only 
fitting that we show our parents our gratitude— this we are doing through 
our Yearbook in this Dedication. 


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"Time never stands still," is an old adage— but true. 

As we look back . . . our years as students have flown as if on wings. 
Now the years ahead— the unknown, the untried future beckons us ea- 
gerly. 

We shall stride ahead as we must . . . though with lagging feet . . . 
for our ties with our School still hold us fast. 

Though the future presents a mixed picture of a world of plenty and 
poverty. . .of conflicting philosophies ... of people in upheaval ... of 
scientific miracles . . . the hopes of a better day, of better understanding, 
of a better life for more and more can be seen rising— though faintly— on 
the horizon. 

To the future with its visions and its dreams . . . we look with bright 
eyes and high hopes . . . ready to face its problems and its promise. 

Murray Paul Galper 
Editor-in-Chief 


It has been a privilege and a pleasure to have served as your Yearbook Editor. 
The cooperation of the assistant editors and the many members of, the staff has 
been inspiring. We owe much to the untiring help of our advisers: Miss Theresa 
Miaskiewicz, Mr. John F. Tivnan, Mr. Alfred J. Pasquale. These pages will serve as 
poignant reminders of our happy school days at Salem High School. Through 
these pages our present will remain timeless. 

M.P.G. 


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CHESTER R. ARNOLD . . . Principal High School 


My best wishes to the Class of 1963. The four years you have spent at Salem High 
School have been busy and eventful. We of the faculty have enjoyed your class. You have 
been cooperative and loyal. Your influence on the school has been of enduring value. We 
have taken pride in your accomplishments these years when you have been developing 
into responsible men and women. We shall take pride in your success in the demanding 
world you now enter. May the lessons you have learned at Salem High help you to 
achieve this success. 




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Mr. John F. Tivnan 
Vice-Principal— Salem High School 


Greetings to the Class of '63 

Congratulations to the facufty advisors, Miss Theresa Miaskiewicz and Mr. 
Pasquale and to the student editors of the Yearbook for a job well done. 

I am sure that the entire class will take pride and satisfaction in such a 
splendid annual. 

May this book help to keep bright the friendships and memories of your 
happy days at Salem High. That each of you may enjoy a full measure of 
success in the future is my sincerest wish. 


My sincere wishes for success and happiness to all 
members of the Class of 1963. As you take your places in 
the world of business, industry, the armed forces, and higher 
education remember to practice charity, dependability, sin- 
cerity, and good citizenship as you did during your high 
school years. By so doing you will be fulfilling your part in 
making this world a better place in which to live. 


Mr. Philip J. Brown 
Head of Guidance 




Mr. John M. Conway 
Principal— Vocational High School 


Congratulations to the Class of 1963. 

During your High School years you have been well 
trained by dedicated teachers to face with confidence the 
years ahead. These may be troublesome years but meet 
them with understanding and knowledge to advance with 
the times. Best wishes to all. 


Dr. Lawrence J. Fitzpartick 
Superintendent of Schools 



I congratulate each of you on the significant occasion of your graduation from Salem Classical 

and High School. That your aspirations and plans will materialize is my sincere wish. I 

know that you will willingly accept and promptly and courageously accomplish the many 

responsibilities that you will find endemic to your particular station in life. The United States 
of America is a great country. May you contribute to its greatness. May good fortune attend 

you, may your Maker watch over you, and may your successes be many. 




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The Class of 1963 salutes the faculty of Salem High School. We owe much 
to the many dedicated teachers who guided us, encouraged us and taught us the 
skills, gave us knowledge, and understanding we need for the world of work, 
for college, for life. 

Each member of the faculty has endeared himself and herself to us. We shall 
remember always the many little kindnesses you have shown us, and we thank 
you for your patience and understanding during our "growing up" stage. 

Whenever we shall think of Salem High School, we shall recall with fondness 
each one of you and shall strive to be worthy of your confidence in us. 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

First row, I. to r.: Miss Martin, Miss McHale, Mrs. Sweeney, Department Front row, I. to r.: Mrs. Griffin, Mr. Wallace, Miss Avrameas. Second row: 
Head, Mrs. Nolen, Miss Leonard. Second row: Mr. Burns, Mr. Higgins, Mr. Girard, Mr. Reith, Mr. Poole. 

Mr. Flaherty, Mr. Walsh, Mr. McCabe. 






COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 


First row, left to right: Miss Doyle; Miss Lefthes; Mrs. Byrne; Mrs. Auger; First row, I, to r.: Mr. Foley; Mr. Fleming; Mr. Nolan. Second row: Mr. 
Miss Coleman. Second row: Mr. Brennan; Mr. Mizzi; Mr. Galper, Head Donovan; Mr. Grady; Mr. Walsh; Mr. Crean. 
of Department; Mr. Porochniak. 




VOCATIONAL HIGH STAFF 


FINE ARTS 




First row, left to right: Mr. LeDuc; Mr. Conway, Director; Mr. Gordon; Front row, I. to r.: Miss Sheehan; Miss Lundergan, Head of Home 

Mr. Jellison. Second row: Mr. Thibault; Mr. Chenery; Mr. Zagrobski; Mr. Economics Dept. Back row: Mr. Ulle; Mr. Boisvert; Director of Music. 

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Mr. Dom Mizzi - Class Advisor 


I have watched your progress the past four 
years and have seen you grow from timid Fresh- 
men to capable seniors. You are ready now for 
the future. 

Best wishes for much happiness and success 
as you face the challenging years ahead. 



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Secretary 
Adele Buhaczyk 


President 
Roland Brophy 


First Row : Joan Cornforth, Virginia Waldron, Leon Ramos, Adele Bohaczyk, Roland Brophy, Charles 
Murphy, Jane Sheedy, Helen Byrne. Second Row? Robert Lowd, Richard Keough, Gerald Thompson, Terry 
Petropolous, Danny Kochakian, Bruce Gordon, Paul Dempsey, Ed Marquis. 


' Treasurer 
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Leon Ramos 


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RONALD ADRIEN 
5 Taft Road 

"Washes away his worries with bubbling 
laughter." 

Activities: Glee Club 1, Projectionist Club 
3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4. 


MARY ANN AHOLA 
64 Essex Street 

"Full of fun where’er she goes, making 
merry but never woe." 

Activities: Glee Club 2, 4; Senior Revue 4; 
Pep Club 3, 4; D.E.C.A. Club 4; Cashier 
for D.E.C.A. 4. 


BEVERLY ALLEN 
Kernwood Road 

"Mischief dances in her eyes, and smiles 
upon her lips." 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
2, 3, 4; Choralettes 4; Messenger Corps 
4; Orchestra 1; Senior Revue 4. 



PETER ALLEY 
5 Winter Island Rd. 

"A keen wit, a wise look, an answer al- 
ways ready." 

Activities: Glee Club 2; Orchestra 1, 2; 
Dramatic Ciub I, 2. 



RICHARD ARCHAMBAULT 
79 Bridge St. 

"Bright smile and friendly humor." 
Activities: Dramatic Club 1; Geographical 
Society 3; Junior Class Officer 3, Vice- 
President 3; Senior Revue 4; Pep Club 4, 
Treasurer 4. 



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DOROTHY ARNOLD 
25 Rawlins Street 

"A pleasing way, a sunny smile, full of 
pep and fun. Such qualities in Dotty are 
liked by everyone." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Junior 
Class Officer, Secretary; Movie Club 4; 
Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior Execu- 
tive Board 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Badmin- 
ton 2; Pep Club; NOMA Certificates. 


JUNE LOUISE ARTHUR 
12 Sunset Road 

"Her hair is gold, her charm is rare— a 
friend beyond compare." 

Activities: Advance 4; Baton Squad 1, 
2, 3, 4; Geographical Society 3; Guidance 
Assistant 4; Messenger Corps 4; Senior 
Revue 4; Pep Club 3, 4. 





PAUL AUDET 
208 North Street 

"None but himself could be his parallel." 



FRANK AYERS 
74 Essex Street 

"Quiet and true— a friend for you." 
Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 1; 
Movie; Senior Revue 4; Chess Club 4; 
Student Manager Track !. 


MARIE BACCARI 
95 Jackson Street 

"True blue and very nice is she. Quiet 
though her ways may be." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Red 
and White Council 1; Messenger Corps 1, 
2; Yearbook Staff 4; NOMA Certificates. 



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BONNIE BAILEY 
44 Barr Street 

"How softly she speaks and how gently 
she smiles." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 4, Senior Re- 
vue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Badminton 2; NOMA Certificate. 


ROGER BALL 
3 Smith Street 

"Pleasant, companionable, industrious." 
Activities: Movie Club 2; Chess Club 4; 
NOMA Certificates. 




FLORENCE BASH 
29 Beaver Street 

"Fully appreciated by those who know 
her best." 

Activities: Glee Club 1; Senior Revue 4; 
NOMA Certificates. 



WILLIAM BATES 
378 Highland Avenue 
"Nothing worries me." 

Activities: Football 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Senior Glee Club 3; Vice-President D.E.- 
C.A.; Exchange Committee. 


SANDRA BARTHELEMY 
31 Perkins Street 

"True to her word, her work, her friends." 
Activities: Library Corps 1 ; Messenger 

Corps, 4; Movie Club 1; Girls' Basketball 
1, 2; Red and White Council 2; Senior 
Revue 4; Girls' Softball 1, 2; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Volleyball 1, 2; Badminton 1, 2; 
Girls' Tumbling Team 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; National Honor Society; NOMA 

Certificates. 



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ROBERT BEAUSOLEIL 
52 Ward St. 

"Intelligent, modest— Mr. Mathematics." 
Activities: Football 1; Guidance Assistant 
1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 4. 


JEANNE BEDARD 
29 Pierce Road 

"Sincere, earnest, always willing to dis- 
play her pleasant smile." 

Activities: Senior Review 4. 



DOROTHY BERKOWITZ 
8 Webb Street 

"The Foundation of every noble charac- 
ter is sincerity." 

Activities: Speech Contests 2, 3. 




DANIEL BERUBE 
282 Washington St. 

"He loves to laugh; he loves all fun. He's 
never quiet when school is begun." 
Activities: Geographical Society 4; Pro- 

jectionist Club 2, 3; Senior Revue 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3. 


GLORIA BLAIS 
20 Silver Street 

"Oh, mischief, what a client here!" 
Activities: Art Club 4; Senior Revue; Pep 
Club 3, 4. 



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THEODORE BOCHYNSKI 
3 Greenway Road 

"Cheerful and friendly, handsome and 
nice." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Revue 4. 


TERRY BLANCHETTE 

237 Jefferson Avenue 

"In our string of friends, there is no 

brighter pearl." 

Activities: Baton Squad 1 ; Glee Club 1 . 


ADELE BOHACZYK 
37 Roslyn Street 

"Personality and a gleaming smile, an ac- 
tive mind, a friend worthwhile." 
Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 3; 
Office Assistant 2, 4; Senior Class Officer 
—Secretary; 4; Senior Revue 4; Student 
Council 3, 4; National Honor Society; 
NOMA Certificate. 





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BARBARA BOLT 
8 Forest Avenue 

"An intellectual with much sense and 
little nonsense." 

Activities: Advance 4; Band 3, 4; Baton 
Squad 2; Field Hockey 4; Glee Club 2; 
Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4, Library 
Corps 2, 3, 4,— Secretary of Literary 

Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 4; Girls' 
Field Hockey 4; Senior Revue 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2; Che3S Club 4; Gir.s 
State 3; Tennis 1, 2; Badminton 1, 2, 4; 
Notional Honor Society. 


ROLAND BROPHY 
20 Nichols St. 

"A pleasing way, a sunny smile, to 
everyone a friend worthwhile." 

Activities : Advance 4; Art Club 4; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Geographical Society 3, 4; 
Junior Red Cross Council 2; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3, 4; President of Senior Class 4; 
Senior Executive Board 4; Senior Revue 
4; Student Council 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Junior Executive Board 3; National Honor 
Society. 

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RUSSELL BRYNES 
21 Hemenway Road 

"An inquisitive nature— always seeking to 
discover." 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; 
Senior Revue 4; Track 4; Cross Country 
3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; International Re- 
lations Club 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Sci- 
ence Club 3, President 4. 


MICHAEL BURKE 
56 Ocean Avenue 

"Outstandingly capable in scholastic and 
athletic endeavors." 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4; Football 1, 
2, 4; Junior Red Cross Council 1 ; Mes- 
senger Corps 1; Senior Revue 4; Student 
Council 3, Treasurer 4; Track— Cross Coun- 
try 3, Winter Team 3. 4, Captain 4; Spring 
Team 2, 3, Captain 4; International Re- 
lation Club, President 4; Tumbling 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 



NANCY BURNETT 
17 Nursery Street 

"The calm and persevering photogra- 
pher." 

Activities: Band 4; Geographical Society 
3; Orchestra 4; Girls' Field Hockey 4; 
Volleyball 3; Tennis, Badminton 3; NOMA 
Certificates. 




ANTHONY CARMARDA 
14 Valley Street 

"A clarinet he can play; he's always 
witty; he's always gay." 

Activities: Band 1, 2; Baseball 1; Literary 
Corps 2; Tra.ck 2, 3, 4; Spring Team 2, 3, 
4; Cross Country 3, 4; Winter Team 2, 
3, 4. 


HELEN BYRNE 
95 Boston Street 


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"Her heart is as golden as her hair, friends 
such as Helen are indeed very rare." 
Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choraletfes 4; 
Senior Glee Club 4; Song Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Class Officer, Treasurer 3; Junior Red 
Cross Council 2; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Office 
Assistant 4 ; Girls' Bcsketball 2; Girls' Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Red and White Council t, 3, 
4; Senior Executive 4; Senior Revue 4; Girls' 
Softball 2; Yearbook Staff, Literary Editor 4: 
Tennis 2; Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4,- Volleyball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pep Club 2; Girls' Tumbling 2, 3; Teen 
Town Executive Board; Editorial Award. 


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JANET CAMPBELL 
5 East Collins Street 

"Goodness, honesty and loyalty, what 
else in a young lady could there be?" 
Activities: Art Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; 
Glee Club 3; Senior Review 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 3, 4. 


PAMELA CICHOCKI 
1 1 Daniels Street 

"A little mystery mixed with a quiet 
charm." 


PETER CARON 
1 Ocean Terrace 

"Many have come and many have gone, 
But Pete is one of the greatest born." 
Activities: Advance 1; Baseball 4; Hockey 
3; Senior Revue 4; Student Council 1; 
NOMA Certificate. 


JANET CHAPUT 
1 8 Leach Street 

"A merry heart makes many friends." 
Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 4; 
Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 2. 


JOHN CLOUTMAN 
6 Pierce Ave. 

"Capable and helpful in every way." 




Activities: Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; 
NOMA Certificates. 


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JOHN W. CORBIN JR. 

20 Ord Street 

"The calm and persevering geologist." 
Activities: Glee Club 4; Senior Glee Club 
4; Messenger Corps 1; Senior Revue 1; 
Track 3; Cross Country 3; Winter Team 
2; Spring Team' 3; Science Club 2; Dramatic 
4. 


JOAN CORNFORTH 
24 Belleview Avenue 

"A ready smile, a willing heart, a help- 
ing hand." 

Activities: Advance 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 
4; Junior Red Cross Council 2; Messenger 
Corps 3, 4; Movie Club 4; Girls' Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Red and White Council 3, 4; 
Senior Executive Board 4; Senior Revue 
4; Girls' Softball 2, ^3, 4; Student Council 
3; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, 
President 4. 



JOHN CORNFORTH 
24 Belleview Ave. 

"A sportsmanship not limited to the 
football field." 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Geographical Society; Junior Red Cross 
Council 1; Senior Revue 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 4; Winter Track 3; Chess Club 4; 
Tumbling 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Student Coun- 
cil Executive Board 4. 




DIANE COUTURE 
64 Highland Avenue 

"She's gay and she's happy, and she al- 
ways looks snappy." 

Activities: Advance 1, 4; Guidance Assist- 
ant 1; Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Office Assistant 1, 2; Girls' Basketball 1. 


MARY COUTURE 
44 Leach Street 

"Personality, a gleaming smile, an active 
mind, a friend worthwhile/' 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Geographical 
Society 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Choralettes 
3, 4; Senior Glee Club 4; Song Club 1, 
2, 4; Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2; Or- 
chestra 3, 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; Student 
Council 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Interna- 
tional Relation Club 4; District Chorus 4; 
All State Chorus 4; National Honor Society. 



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KAREN A. CUNNEY 

52 Highland Avenue 

"Always happy, always gay, no nicer 

girl could come your way." 

Activities; Messenger Corps 1, 2; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Senior Executive Board 4; 
Pep Squad 3, 4; NOMA Certificates. 


STEVEN CROWELL 
2 Orleans Avenue 
"Knows how to be happy." 

Activities: Guidance Assistant 2, 3, 4; Pro- 
jectionist Club 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4; 
Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; 
Tumbling 3, 4. 




LOUIS T. DAILEY 
113 Federal Street 

"To know him well is to like him bet- 
ter." 

Activities ; Football 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 
4; Senior Revue 4; Winter Track, Co-Capt. 
3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Tumbling Team 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 
4; Debating Club 4. 



NICHOLAS DALEY 
1 6 Bow Street 

"A shy smile, a soft friendly word" 
Activities' Baseball 1, 2; Track: Cross 

Country 1, Winter 1; Tumbling 1. 


RICHARD DANJOU 
12 Essex Street 

"Full of fun and frolic with a flair for 
the unpredictable" 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; NOMA Certificates. 


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JOSEPH GERARD DESCHENE 
3 Harrison Avenue 

"He may look quiet, but look again." 
Activities: Geographical. Society 3, 4. 


PETER DESCHENES 
5 Firview Avenue 

"A keen wit, a wise look, and an answer 
always ready." 

Activities: Band 1 , 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; 
Messenger Corps 1, 2; Senior Revue 4; 
Student Council 1; Track 3, 4: Cross Coun- 
try 3, 4; Winter 3, 4; Spring 3, 4; Inter- 
national Relation Club 4. 


DONALD DELANDE 

357 Jefferson Avenue 

"A little play, a little work." 


PETER DUBE 

108 Rainbow Terrace 

"A friend worth having, a friend worth 

knowing" 

Activities: Baseball 4; Football 1, 2; Hock- 
ey 1, 2, 3; Messenger Corps 2; Senior 
Revue 4. 


LINDA DONAHUE 
74 Highland Avenue 
"Quiet, modest, and sweet, a combina- 
tion you just can't beat." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety; NOMA Certificates. 


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PATRICIA DUEST 
15 Putman Street 

"She's not very big, she's not very tall 
but our little Patsy is liked by all." 
NOMA Certificate. 


THOMAS DUDA 
38 Boardman Street 
"A quiet front, hiding a keen mind." 
Activities: Art Club 1; Geographical So- 
ciety 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 



JUDITH DZIELNIK 
69 School Street 

"The better you know her, the more 
you like her." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Glee 
Club 3; Guidance Assistant 3; Messenger 
Corps 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Senior Revue 
4; Pep Squad 3; Volleyball 2; Freshman 
Frolic Committee 1; NOMA Certificates. 



DONALD EATON 
224 Derby Street 
"Happy and debonair." 

Activities: Advance 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Geo- 
graphical Society 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; 
International Relation Club 4; Debate Club 
4. 


JOANNE ERCHA 
18 Buffum Street 

"Her qualities are many, her faults are 
few; success in her future in whatever 
she may do." 

Activities: Pep Club 1; Yearbook Art 

Staff 4; Senior Revue 4. 


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MARIA FEMINO 
74 Essex Stree! 

"A happy heart filled with kindness, sin- 
cerity, and gentleness." 

Activities: Advance 1; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Glee Club 2; Library Corps 4; 
Senior Revue 4; Student Council 2, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Executive Board 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society. 


EDWARD FALLON 
82 Proctor Street 
"Fleet of mind, fleet of foot." 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Geographical 
Society 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior 
Revue 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4: Cross 
Country 3, 4; Winter 3, 4; Spring 2, 3, 4; 
Band and Orchestra Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Valedictorian; National Honor Society. 


GAIL FALTA 
15 Andrew Street 

"A pleasing way, a sunny smile, full of 
pep and fun." 

Activities: Advance 4; Art Club 4; Baton 
Squad 1, 3; Geographical Society 3; 

Glee Club 1; Messenger Corps 1, 2; Senior 
Executive Board 4; Senior Revue 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Volleyball 1; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3, 4. 


ROSEMARIE FINNEY 
28 Horton Street 

"Happy-go-lucky, friendly and true." 
Activities: Guidance Assistant 1, 2; Mes- 
senger Corps 1, 2; Senior Revue 4; Volley- 
ball 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 


RICHARD FERREIRA 
301 Lafayette St. 

"Tall and handsome our Dick is; Success 
in life will surely be his." 

Activities: Advance 2, 4; Junior Rotarian 2; 
Messenger Corps 1, 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4. 


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RICHARD FLYNN 
5 Oakland Street 

"Happy and lucky, carefree and gay. 
That's Richie all the way." 

Activities: Basketball 2, 4; Football 1; 
Hockey 1; Senior Review 4. 


DENISE FRANCOEUR 
24 Osborne Street 
"A winning personality." 

Activities: Baton Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; NOMA 
Certificate. 



JO-ANNE FREEDMAN 
19 Hancock Street 

"Just our Jo-Anne, quiet and sweet. The 
nicest girl you could wish to meet." 

NOMA Certificates. 



RAYMOND GACHIGNARD 
10 Charles St. 

"A manly skater; a loyal classmate." 
Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
Hockey 1, 2. 


DOROTHY FRASER 
7 Cleveland Street 

"Her qualities are many, her faults are 
few; success is in her future whatever 
she may do." 

Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Junior Red 
Cross Council 1, 2, 3; Senior Revue 4; Pep 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



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ANN GALLANT 
69 Butler Street 

"Pleasant, always willing to laugh." 
NOMA Certificates. 


MURRAY P. GALPER 
100 School Street 

"A steadfast leader, abounding in pa- 
tience and ingenuity." 

Activities: Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Geograph- 
ical Society 3; Junior Red Cross Council 
3, 4; Senior Revue 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; North- 
eastern District Band 4; Oil Man For A 
Day 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Mass- 
achusetts Youth Citizenship Conference 3; 
Elks Youth Leadership Award; National 
Honor Society; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 
Award. 





SHIRLEY GAMBALE 
13 Intervale Road 

"Carefree and witty pretty and gay, sym- 
bolizes Shirley in every way." 

Activities: Baton Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Leader 
4; Junior Red Cross 1; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Senior Revue 4; NOMA Certificates. 








EDWARD GAUDET 
3 Hayes Road 

"Things don't turn up in this world until 
somebody turns them up." 

Activities: Senior Revue 1, 4. 


ROBERT GAUDREAULT 
56 Mason Street 

"He's a good friend and lots of fun," 


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JEANNE GAUTHIER 
2 Champlain Road 

"A sweet girl with a sweet manner." 
Activities: Library Corps 2; Senior Revue 
4; Girls' Softball 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Tennis 
4; Badminton 2, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4. 


ROBERT GEARY 
17 Walter Street 

"A quiet smile and a winning way." 
Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 2; 
Student Council 1. 




DONNA GEORGE 
33 Hillside Ave. 

"Good nature is one of the most treas- 
ured qualities of a good friend." 

Activities: Office Assistant 1, 2, 3. 



SHERRILL GEORGE 
R-183 Federal St. 

"A sunny nature wins lasting friendship 
everywhere." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 2. 


JAMES GEOHEGAN 
30 Columbus Ave. 

"Add pep and vigor together and you 
have Jimmy." 

Activities: Advance 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4; Messenger Corps 1, 2; Office Assistant 
3. 




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BRUCE GORDON 
37 Moffatt Rd. 

"Clever, gay, and debonair, these qual- 
ities in men are rare." 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red 
Cross Council 1 ; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Executive Board 4; Student Council 4; 
Band and Orchestra Council 3, 4. 


SUSAN GIANACOPLES 
6 Beaver Street 

"Complaisant, happy-go-lucky, sympa- 
thetic friend" 

Activities: Senior Glee Club 1, 2. 


ROBERT GODJIKIAN 
117 Webb Street 

"Mighty in deeds, not in words." 

■ Activities : Junior Red Cross Council 2; 
Safety Patrol 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Sci- 
ence Club 2, 3, 4. 


PATRICIA GRABOWSKI 
32 Barr Street 

"Dynamic in music, art, and humor— 
that's our Pat." 

Activities: Advance Art Staff 4; Band 1, 
2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Choralettes 4; Sen- 
ior Glee Club 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Revue 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 
3; Yearbook Staff 4; Secretary Student 
Council 3; Band and Orchestra Council 
1, 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Art Editor 
4; Secretary Band and Orchestra Coun- 
cil 2; Art Club 4; Red Cross Council 2; 
District Band 2; District Chorus 4; Edi- 
torial Award. 


DONNA GRACZYK 
47 Rainbow Terrace 


"Grace of a ballerina, -poise of a prin- 
cess." 


Activities: Baton Squad 2, 3, 4; Messen- 
ger Corps' 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 1; 
Girls' Field Hockey 1; Senior Revue 4; 
Student Council 3, 4. 


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BARRIE E. GRANT 

193 Elm St., N. Reading 

"He's a good friend and lots of fun; These 

qualities known by everyone." 

Activities: Advance 1; Dramatic Club 4; 
Glee Club 1,2, 3; Messenger Corps 4; 
Movie 1 . 


RALPH GREAVES 
E. Buffum St. 

"Every inch a man and athlete." 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; 
Football 1, 2, 3. 



PAUL GROCKI 
8 Cousins St. 

"Much mirth and no madness, all good 
and no badness." 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 
2, 3, 4. 









ROSALIND GUANCI 
528 loring Avenue 

"She is full of life and light, ‘laughing 
eyes and manner bright." 

Activities: Bator Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Mes- 
senger Corps 2; Yearbook Staff 4. 


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ELAINE GUENETTE 
21 Barr Street 

"Beauty and brains, a blend that's rare. 
Elaine's bright smile, is known every- 
where." 

Activities: Advance, Editor-in-Chief 2, 3, 
4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Literary 
Club 2, 3; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Elks Leadership Award; National 
Honor Society. 





KENNETH GUILMET 
70 Bridge Street 

“Not too serious, not too gay, but always 
has, a winning way!" 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Geographical 
Society 3; Senior Revue 4. 


DAVID HALKO 
9 Upham Street 

“Laughing eyes, a merry smile, a true 
friend, one worthwhile." 

Activities: Geographical Society 1, 3; 

Senior Revue 1, 2; Track 1; Yearbook 
Staff 1, 4; Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1. 


DAVID HAZARD 
5 Albion Street 

"Keep your face toward the sunshine and 
the shadows will fall behind you" 
Activities: Safety Patrol 1, 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 4. 


MARGARET HARRINGTON 
112 Broadway 

"A frosting of unique humor embellishing 
a steady sincerity." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; NOMA Certificates. 


DAVID ‘HARRISON 
316 Canal Street 

"A lover of fun, an enemy of serenity." 
Activities: Football 1 . 




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BARBARA HENRY 
146 Federal Street 

"The girl with a smile straight from 
her heart." 

Activities: Advance 4; Dramatic Club 4; 
Junior Red Cross Council 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4. 


CYNTHIA HILL 
22 English St. 

"Good nature is one of the richest re- 
wards of personality." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 2; Girls' Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Field Hockey 2; 
Senior Revue 4; Girls' Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 1, 2. 


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NANCY HELINSKI 
2 Horton Place 

"Intelligent, capable and witty." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Messen- 
ger Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; 
Volleyball 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Office As- 
sistant 4; Salutatorian; National Honor So- 
ciety; NOMA Certificates. 


RICHARD HEENEY 
46 Highland St., Peabody 
"Life is too short to worry." 
Activities: Football 2, 3. 


KENNETH HENDERSON 
169 Loring Ave. 

"A steady and persevering optimist." 


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JANICE HINCMAN 
7V 2 Hardy Street 

"Ever happy, ever gay, Janice will chase 
your blues away." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; NOMA 
Certificate. 


PATRICIA HINCMAN 
82 Derby Street 

"A good disposition is more valuable 
than gold." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Gui- 
dance Assistant 2, 4; Messenger Corps 
1; Office Assistant 4; Senior Revue 4; 
NOMA Certificates. 



JANICE HOLLORAN 
9 Valley Street 

"A charming little miss with her affec- 
tionate personality." 

Activities: Advance 4; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Messenger Corps 4; Senior Re- 
vue 3, 4; Girls' Softball 1; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2; 
NOMA Certificates. 




PATRICIA HOLLORAN 
102 Broadway 

"Always smiling, always gay, we like 
her 'cause she is that way." 

Activities: Advance 4; Baton Squad 1, 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey 1; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Junior Red Cross Council 2; 
Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Field Hockey 
1; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 


DAVID J. HOOKS 
26 Shore Avenue 

"Boating is Dave's one and only craze; 
on the waves he will happily spend all 
his days." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Revue 4; Pep Club 4; Junior Executive 
Board 3. 






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STEVEN A. INGEMI 
211 Loring Ave. 

"All love his smile which beaming from 
end to end it indicates an athlete, a hu- 
morist, and a friend." 

Activities: Baseball 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Cap- 
tain 4; Guidance Assistant 4; Hockey 3; 
Messenger Corps 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; 
Chess Club 4; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Tum- 
bling Team 3, 4. 


STEVEN S. INGEMI 
381 Highland Ave. 

"Diligence, perseverance and comedy 
personified." 

Activities: Football 1 , 2; Geographical So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GLORIA JEAN 
15 Intervale Road 

"She speaks softly and smiles gently." 
Activities: Guidance Assistant 2, 3, 
Senior Review 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. 


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EDWARD KARANJA 
21 Hemenway Road 

"A true friend and a perfect companion." 
Activities: Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Cross Country Track 3; Spring Track 3; 
International Relation Club 4; Chess Club 
4. 


GARY KASPROWICS 
20 Francis Rd. 

"Smiling, good-natured, and carefree." 
Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Geograph- 
ical Society 3; Golf Club 2; Senior Revue 
4; Track 1, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Spring 
Track 1, 3; Pep Club. 


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JOANNE KOBIERSKI 
48 Webb Street 

"A girl who quietly wends her way and 
does her work day by day." 

Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2; 
Movie Club 1; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Review 4; Pep Club 3, 4; National 
Honor Society; NOMA Certificates. 



JUDITH KELLEY 
43 Balcomb Street 

"To know her well is to like her better." 
Activities: Baton Squad 1; Geographical 
Society 3; Junior Red Cross Council 1; 
Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 1; 
Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; NOMA Certificate. 



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RICHARD KEOUGH 
52 Tremont Street 

"Not too serious, but altogether a really 
good fellow." 

Activities: Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3. 




DANIEL KOCHAKIAN 
1 49 Boston Street 

"He's never to be forgotten for music 
humor, and personality." 

Activities: Advance 1; Art Club 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Geographical Society 3; 
Junior Red Cross Council 1 , 2; Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4; 
Senior Revue 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 
2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Concert Band 
1, 2, 3. 


CLAUDIA KOCINSKI 
40 Northey Street 

"A winning combination of laughter and 
poise." 

Activities: Advance 2; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Guidance Assistant 2, 3; Office 
Assistant 4; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; NOMA Cer- 
tificates. 



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DONNA KOKINOS 
41 Balcomb Street 

"Always smiling, always gay, no sweet- 
er girl could come your way." 

Activities: Baton Squad 1; Geographical 
Society 1; Junior Red Cross Council 1; 
Messenger Corps 1, 2, 3; Movie Club 1; 
Senior Revue 2, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; NOMA 
Certificates. 


ROSEMARY KOEN 
25 East Collins St. 

"A winsome gal with a friendly smile, 
and a sympathetic tear." 

Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Senior Execu- 
tive Board 4. 




ANNETTE KOSOVER 
3 Cabot St. 

"Her quiet exterior often conceals the 
kindness and love her heart feels." 
Activities: Choralettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 
4; Geographical Society 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, ■ 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society. 



JOYCE KULAKOWSKI 
34 Northend Ave. 

"If music be food of life, play on." 
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club 2, 4; Choralettes 2, 3, 4; 
Song 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; District 
Band 2; District Orchestra 3, 4; All State 
Orchestra 4; 


FAITH KOSLOWSKI 
29 Osborne St. 

"A pretty face, a winning smile, to 
everyone a friend worthwhile." 

Activities: Baton Squad 1, 2, 3; Junior 
Exec. Board Junior Red Cross Council 1, 
2, 3; Messenger Corps 1, 2, 3; Office As- 
sistant 1, 2, 4; Girls' Basketball 1; Senior 
Revue 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 4; 
NOMA Certificates. 




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CHET LANDER 

233 Lafayette Street 

"Full of rhythm and loves to dance." 

Activities: Senior Revue 3, 4; Yearbook 

Staff 4. 


CHRISTINE LADYSZCWSKI 
75 Tremont Street 

"Carefree and witty, pretty and gay, this 
is Chris in every way." 

Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 4; 
Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep 
Club 3, 4; NOMA Certificates. 



MARIE LAMOUREAUX 
12 Ober Street 

"An epitome of loyalty, cleverness and 
quiet amiability." 

Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Geograph- 
ical Society 3; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; International Relations Club 4; 
Junior Volunteer 2, 3; Pep Club 3. 




ANDREA LANN 
1 Holly Street 

"A live wire from start to finish, her wit 
and zeal will ne'er diminish." 

Activities: Advance 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Choralettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Glee Club 3, 4; Junior Red Cross Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Student 
Council 1; Yearbook Staff 4; International 
Relation Club 4; District Band 3, 4; All- 
State Band 3, 4; National Honor Society. 


LEONARD LANTYCH 
65 Summer Street 
"No worries have I." 

Activities: Advance 2; Football 2; Geo- 
graphical Society 3; Library Corps 2; 
Movie Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Revue 4; 
Track: Winter 2, Spring 2; Pep Club 4. 



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MARGARET LEWIS 
4 Cabo* Street 

"A treasure chest of sweetness, modesty, 
arid sincerity" 

Activities: Art Club 4, Volleyball 2; Geo- 
graphical Society 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Movie 
Club 1; Senior IRevue 4; Girls Softball 2; 
Student Council 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Ten- 
nis 2; Pep Squad 3; Editorial Award; 
NOMA Certificates; National Honor So- 
ciety; Yearbook Business Editor. 


BYRON LOCKE 
5 Dearborn Street 

"A fellow worth knowing, a friend worth 
having." 

Activities: Glee Club 1; Senior Revue 4. 


DAVID LEVY 
39 Leach Street 

"At the top in school work and sports" 
Activities: Band 3; Baseball 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Geo- 
graphical Society 3; Junior Red Cross 
Council 2; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 3; Senior Revue 4; Track I, 2, 
3, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter 
1, 2, 3, 4; Spring 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Debating Club 3, 4; National 
Honor Society. 


EUGENE LEMIEUX 
20 Holly Street 

"Quiet, mild and a nice fellow." 
Activities: Senior Revue 4. • 


JUDITH LE BRUN 
32 Shore Avenue 

"A smile for every friend and a friend 
for every smile " 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Revue 4; NOMA Certificate. 





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NANCY LORENZ 
6 Sunset Rd. 

"She's always full of fun and pep, just 
the girl you can't forget." 

Activities: Advance 1; Guidance Assistant 
1, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross Council 1; Girls' 
Basketball 1; Senior Revue 4; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT LOWD 
359 Essex Street 

"Tall in stature, tall in scholarship, tall 
in sportsmanship." 

Activities: Advance 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 
4; Senior Revue 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Band, 
Orchestra Council 2, 3, 4; District Band 
2, 4; National Honor Society. 




JOHN A. MacDONALD 
1 1 Harrison Avenue 

"Very tall and very lanky, always con- 
genial and never cranky." 

Activities: Junior Class Officer (President) 
3; Projectionist Club 1, 2; Safety Patrol 
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. 




RANDOLPH MacDONALD 
5 Columbus Sq. 

"Never hurries, never worries." 

Activities: Football 1, 2; Senior Revue 4; 
Spring Track 3; Weightlifting 1, 2, 3; Gym 
Leader Corps 1, 2, 3. 


JUDY MacFARLANE 
110 Bay View Ave. 


"The mildest manners and the gentlest 
heart." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Messen- 
ger Corps 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Tum- 
bling 2; Softball 1; NOMA Certificate. 



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JOSE MANEIRO 
100 Lafayette Street 

"Whether times be good or bad, he is 
happy, never sad." 

Activities: International Relations Club 4; 
National Honor Society; NOMA Certificate. , 


GEORGE MAGUIRE 

4 Lincoln Road 

"Always carefree, ever gay." 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Track: Spring 3, 4; Weightlift- 
ing 1, 2, 3, 4. 


JANE MAGA 
5'/2 Essex Street 

"A winning combination of sweetness, 
modesty and mirth." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Review 4; Yearbook Staff 4; NOMA Cer- 
tificate. 


JOSEPH MARKOWICZ 
lA-Belleaw Road 

"A delightful mixture— good nature, gen- 
erosity, humor, and seriousness." 
Activities: Advance (Business Staff) 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Geo- 
graphical Society 3; Junior Class Execu- 
tive Board 3; Junior Red Cross Council 
1, 3; Messenger Corps 4; Movie Club 
1, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Chess Club 4; Pep Squad 3, 4. 


JUDITH MANNING 
8 West Circle 

"Two attributes which often blend, a 
good sport and a loyal friend." 

Activites: Guidance Assistant 2; Junior 

Red Cross Council 2; Messenger Corps 
2; Senior Revue 4. 


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DEREK MAXWELL 
20 Linden Street 

"Good nature is one of the most treas- 
ured qualities of a good friend." 

Activities: Advance 1; Junior Red Cross 
Council 1; Speech Contest 2; Spelling Bee 
3. 


CYNTHIA MASON 
10 Buff urn St. 

"Cynthia is sweet and full of pep and 
fun, well known and liked by everyone." 
Activities: Messenger Corps 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Badminton 2; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 4; NOMA Certificates. 





SUSAN MAURIS 

2Vi Hillside Avenue 

"A sweet smile, a loyal friend." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Office 

Assistant 2; Girls' Basketball 2; Senior 

Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Badminton 2; 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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bette McLaughlin 

1 Nursery Street 

"A musician in tune with sincerity." 


Activities: Band 

1, 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Red 

Cross Council 1; 

Orchestra 

1, 2, 3, 4; 

Senior Revue 1, 

2, 3, 4; 

NOMA Cer- 

tificates. 




PAULA MELANSON 
103 Mason Street 

"Happy-go-lucky, friendly, and true." 
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 
4; Senior Revue 4; NOMA Certificate. 



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FRANK MIASKIEWICZ 
27 Belleau Road 

"Quiet and true, a good friend for you." 
Activities: Advance (Business Staff) 4; 
Baseball 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Hockey 
4; Junior Red Cross Council 3; Messen- 
ger Corps 4; Movie Club 2; Senior Revue 
4; Chess Club 4; Tumbling 2, 3; Weight- 
lifting 2, 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; NOMA Certificates. 


MARGARET MEUN 
22 Briggs Street 

"Bright smiles and contagious humor." 
Activities: Senior Revue 4; Pep Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society; NOMA Certificates. 



DOUGLAS MICHAUD 
36 Buchanan Road 

"A smiling countenance with friends, a 
determined countenance’ in sports." 
Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
4; Geographical Society 1, 3; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Student Council 3. 



HENRY MICHAUD 
109 Congress St. 

"He may look quiet and shy, but Mitch 
is really a great guy." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Revue 3, 4; Track: Cross Country 1; Win- 
ter 1, 2; Spring 3, 4. 


RAYMOND MICHAUD 
354 Essex Street 

"He is content and envies none." 


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JOSEPH MIZIOCH 
23 Becket Street 

"All who know him enjoy his company." 
Activities: Football 1. 



DAVID MITCHELL 
6 Mt. Vernon St. 


RICHARD MINUTILLO 
60 Bridge Street 
"A witty and intelligent satirist." 
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Senior Glee Club 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Revue 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 3, 4; North- 
east District Band 2, 4; Band and Orches- 
tra Council 3, 4; President of the Debating 
Club; National Honor Society. 


"He's tall, blonde, and good looking. 
When he's around there's something 
cooking." 

Activities: Advance 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Red Cross Council 3; Literary Club 
2; Movie Club 1, 4; Track 2, 3, 4: Winter 
4; Spring 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Chess 
Club 4 ; International Relations Club 4; 
Weightlifting Team 2, 3; Tumbling Team 
3, 4. 


PETER MORGAN 
25 Valley St. 

"Excellent fellow, fine friend, good sport." 
Activities: Golf Club 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; 
Senior Revue 3, 4; Track: Spring 1. 


RONALD MIZZI 
5 Roslyn Street Ct. 

"A terrific athlete with a face like a doll. 
In more ways than one he has lots on the 
ball." 

Activities: Football 3, Track 4. 










ROLAND MORIN 
15 Hazel Street 

"Resolute in action tempered with a subtle 
sense of humor." 

Activities: Student Council 3. 


JAMES E. MORONEY 
9 Fowler Street 

"Just a regular all-round good fellow." 
Activities: Advance 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2 , 3. 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Glee 
Club 4; Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 1, 2; Senior Revue 4. 


ELAINE MURCHIE 
1 I Sable Road 

"Always herself— simple, honest, and un- 
pretending. She will enjoy through life 
the love of friends never ending." 
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; NOMA Cer- 
tificate. 


JUDITH MORIN 
15 Maple Avenue 

"Happy-go-lucky, carefree and gay, That's 
Judy all the way." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Pep Club 3, 4. 


ERNEST MORIN 
21 Green Street 

"A willing heart and a loyal friend, with 
a generous supply of smiles; a romantic 
roamer; a lovable jester— the best in 
many miles." 

Activities: Advance 2; Baseball 4; .Dra- 
matic Club 3, 4; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 


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CHARLES MURPHY 
61 Ord Street 

"A cheery face, a sunny smile to every- 
one a friend worthwhile." 

Activities: Advance 4; Senior Class Officer, 
Vice-President; Senior Revue 3, 4; Track 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; NOMA Certificate. 


JOYCE MURPHY 
3 Naples Road 

"Quiet, modest and sweet— a combina 
tion you just can't beat." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Pep Club 3. 



JAMES NEVINS 
20 Juniper Avenue 

"His friends, there are many, his foes— are 
there any?" 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Glee 
Club 1; Yearbook Staff 4. 




JAMES ODHIAMBO 
28 Chestnut Street 

"A good friend to all who know him." 
Activities: Dramatic Club 4; International 
Relation Club 4; Debating Club 4. 


DEBORAH OBREMSKI 
37 Irving Street 

"Full of fun where'er she goes, Merry 
but never woe." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 2; Pep Club 
3, 4; Geographical Society 3. 



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BILLIE-ANN O'GRADY 
68 Beaver St. 

"A gold mine of modesty, capability, and 
sincerity." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Junior 
Red Cross Council 1; Senior Revue 4; 
Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 1; Badminton 1; NOMA Cer- 
tificates. 


MICHAEL O'BRIEN 
91 Ord Sreet 

"Sincere and true, a good friend for you." 
Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Revue 3. 



JOHN O'GRADY 
1 33 Boston St. 

"Men of a few words are the best men." 
Activities: Geographical Society 3; Senior 
Revue 3. 



CHARLENE O'KEEFE 

12 Surrey Road 

"The belle of any ball." 

Activities : Advance 1; Band 3, 4; Geo- 
graphical Society 1; Guidance Assistant 
2, 3; Junior Red Cross Council 2; Messen- 
ger Corps 2, 3; Office Assistant 2; Or- 
chestra 3, 4; Senior Revue 4; Girls' Bas- 
ketball 2; Girls' Softball 3; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Yearbook Staff 4. 


CHARLES OUELLETTE 
1 Upham Street 

"Great is the man who smiles at all 
tasks." 

Activities: Field Hockey 8; Geographical 
Society 3; Senior Revue 3, 4; Track 1, 2: 
Winter Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2; Man- 
ager of Track Team 1, 2. 


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MARY PACKARD 
193 Loring Avenue 

"A good mind, a sunny nature, a lasting 
friend." 


GARY PALARDY 
19 Calabrese St. 

"Where there's fun he's always in it, 
never still for half a minute." 




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Activities: Advance 3; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Junior Red Cross Council 3; Sen- 
ior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Executive Board; Volley- 
ball 2; National Honor Society; NOMA 
Certificates. 


Activities: Baseball 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 
4; Golf Club 2, 3; Junior Red Cross Coun- 
cil 1; Movie Club 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; Track Winter 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; International Relation Club 
4; Tumbling 3, 4; Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; 
Weightlifting 2, 3. 



SANDRA PASKOWSKI 
2 Logan Street 

"Beauty, sweetness, warmth and grace, 
shines from her eyes lighting her face." 
Activities: Geographical Society 3; Movie 
Club 1, 4; Girls' Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Red and White Council 1, 2; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Girls' Softball 2; Yearbook Staff 
4; Volleyball 1, 2; Badminton 1, 2; Ten- 
nis 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society; NOMA Certificates. 


JAMES PARISIEN 
19 Laurel Street 

"Happy-go-lucky, carefree and gay, this 
denotes Jimmy in every way." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Bus- 
iness Staff 4; NOMA Certificates. 


CAROL A PARSONS 

2 Beacon Street 

"Fine athlete, real friend." 


Activities: Advance 3; Girls' Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Girls' Field Hockey 4; Girls' Soft- 
ball 2, 3; Girls' Tennis 2, 3; Pep Club 2; 
NOMA Certificate. 


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GLORIA PAWLYK 
7 Conners Road 
"Seemingly quiet and calm" 

Activities: Glee Club 1; Messenger Corps 
2; Senior Revue 4. 


GARY PELLETIER 
200 North Street 

"Not too serious, not too gay, but just 
the right mixture all the way." 

Activities: Football 3. 




THERESA PETROPOULOS 
3 Butler Street 

"She loves to laugh; she loves all fun; 
she's never quiet when school's begun." 
Activities: Advance 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Girls' Basketball 1; Senior Executive Board 
4; Senior Revue 4; Girls' Softball 1, 2, 4; 
Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Badminton 
2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; 
NOMA Certificates. 





JAMES PICONE 
102 Bay View Avenue 
"He may look quiet, but look again." 
Activities: Office Assistant 2; Safety Pa- 
trol 1; Senior Revue 4; Weightlifting 1. 


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MAUREEN PESCUMA 
39 Greenway Road 
"Chic and poised — a perfect lady." 
Activities: Advance 2; Art Club 4; Band 
3, 4; Geographical Society 3; Library Corps 
2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; Girls' Softball 1, 
2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; International Relations Club 4; Volley- 
ball 1, 2; Pep Llub 1, 2; English Orator- 
National Honor Society. 



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CAROL PRICE 
17 Willow Ave. 

"Light-hearted and gay, she's happy that 
way." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Guid- 
ance Assistant 4; Messenger Corps 2; Of- 
fice Assistant 3, 4; Student Council 1; 
Senior Revue 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff 3, 4; NOMA Certificates. 


RONALD PIOTROWSKI 
3 Ash Street 

"No task too smoll, no favor too large." 
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3 4. 


ANTHONY PIZZO 
14 River Street 

"A little fun now and then is relished by 
the best of men." 

Activities: Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Safety Pa- 
trol 3, 4; Senior Revue 4. 


LINDA RABY 
12 Cleveland Street 

"A merry twinkle of the eyes, a sunny 
smile as she passes by." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Mes- 
senger Corps 4; NOMA Certificate. 


CHARLOTTE PULEO 
3 Freeman Road 

"A live wire from start to finish, her wit 
and pep never diminish!" 

Activities: Advance 4; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Messenger 
Corps 1, 4; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Yearbook Typing Staff 4; NOMA 
Certificate. 


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ROBERT RAYMOND 
399 Lafayette St. 

"He has a head to contrive, a tongue to 
persuade, and a hand to execute." 
Activities: Band Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Executive Board 3; Library Corps 3, 4; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 
3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 2, 
3, 4; Winter 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Debating Club 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety; Student Council President 4. 


LEON RAMOS 
24 English St. 

"Sociable and pleasant, always willing to 
help." 

Activities: Dramatic Club 3, 4; Senior Class 
Officer, Treasurer; Senior Revue 4; Student 
Council 2, 3,4; Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Coun- 
try 1, 2, 3; Winter 1, 2, 3; Spring 1, 2, 3; 
NOMA Certificates. 


ALANA RICHARD 
I6V2 Symores St. 

"A girl with a lot to say, and one who is 
always bright and gay." 

Activities: Art Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Pep Club 2; NOMA Certificates. 




PETER RICHARD 
43 Roslyn St. 

"A live wire from start to finish— his wit 
and zeal never diminish." 

Activities: Football 1; Movie Club 4; Safe- 
ty Patrol 3, 4; Track 3. 1 


SANDRA E. RICHIUTS 
65 Essex St. 

"The catching quality of reserve tinged 
with a subtle humor" 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Bad- 
minton 2; Pep Club 3; NOMA Certificates. 


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MICHAEL E. RILEY 
3 Warner Street 

"A talented package of mischief and 
energy." 

Activities: Football 1; Geographical So- 

ciety 3; Safety Patrol 1; Senior Revue 4. 


GAIL RIZZOTTI 
134 Ocean Ave. 

"Always laughing, always gay, merrily 
she goes on her way." 

Activities: Glee Club 1 ; Jr. Red Cross 1 , 
2, 3; Office Assistant 2; Senior Revue 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL ROBINSON 
13 High Street 

"How lady-like she doth appear." 
Activities: Glee Club 1, 4; Choralettes 4; 
Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 2, 3. 




MARY ROBINSON 
79 Beaver Street 

"Always smiling, always gay, we like her 
'cause she is that way." 

Activities: Guidance Assistant 2, 3; Mes- 
senger Corps 2, 3. 


STEPHEN RODERICK 
134 Bridge Street 

"Two qualities that often blend: a good 
sport and a loyal friend." 

Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 1. 



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MARY ANN ROY 
5 Everett Road 

"Always full of fun, just the one you 
can't forget." 

Activities: Advance 2, 3, 4; Baton Squad 
1, 2, 3; Geographical Society 2, 3; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Guidance Assistant 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2; Messen- 
ger Corps 2, 3; Movie Club 1; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 1, 2; 
Red and White Council 1, 2; Senior Re- 
vue 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 
4; NOMA Certificates. 



CLAUDIA ROSSIGNOLL 
34 Forrester Street 

"Gentle in method, resolute in action." 
Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 1; Junior 
Class Officer; Girls' Basketball 2. 





FRANCES RYAN 
9 Wall Street 

"A great gift does Fran possess— hers 
is a gift of friendliness." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Pep Club 4. 


RICHARD SALVO 
4 Barr Street 

"The will to do and the soul to dare." 
Activities: Football 1; Projectionist Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4. 


ROBERT ROY 
5 Everett Road 

"Good nature without discontent." 
Activities: Senior Revue. 





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RONALD SANFORD 
20 Marlborough 

"Personality a gleaming smile, an active 
mind, a friend worthwhile" 

Activities: Advance 1; Football 2, 3, 4; 
Geographical Society 3, 4; Hockey 1; 

Senior Revue 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Chess Club 4; Pep Club 4. 


EUGENIA SARBANIS 
3 Harrington Court 

"A sunny nature and pleasant disposi- 
tion." 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Geographical 

Society 3; Guidance Assistant 2; Messen- 
ger Corps 2; Senior Revue 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Pep Squad 4. 



ALBERT SAUVAGEAU 
25 Leach Street 

"Happy-go-lucky with a pleasing man- 
ner." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4. 




JOSEPH A. SAVIO 
14 Jackson Street 

"A rare gem of silence and of sense." 
Activities: Band 3, 4; Baseball 1; Foot- 
ball 2. 


RICHARD SCALETTI 
33 Forest Avenue 

"When there's fun he's always in it, never 
still for half a minute." 

Activities: Senior Review 4; Pep Club 4; 
NOMA Certificates. 



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RONALD SIROIS 
290 Essex Street 

“A keen lover of merriment and sport." 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Geographical 
Society 3; Senior Revue 3, 4; Track 3; 
Cross Country 1; NOMA Certificate. 


CELESTE STAPLES 
Cedar View Street 

"In all the world no face so fair, no 
heart so kind, no charm so rare." 
Activities: Basketball 1; Senior Revue 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; National Honor Society; 
NOMA Certificates. 




JANE SHEEDY 
177 North Street 

"Her cheerful nature perks up the dull- 
est day." 

Activities: Advance 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; 
Geographical Society 3; Glee Club 2; 
Guidance Assistant 2; Senior Executive 
Board 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1 ; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 2; Bad- 
minton 1, 2; Volleyball 2; National Honor 
Society. 


GILBERT SINCLAIR 
65 Buffum Street 

"A cheery face, a sunny smile, to every- 
one a friend worthwhile." 

Activities: Football 1; Literary Club 1; Safe- 
ty Patrol 3, 4. 


JANICE SILVER 
44 Lothrop Street 
Beverly, Mass. 

"A little mystery mixed with a little 
charm." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4. 


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JOANNE SWEENEY 
5 Dalton Parkway 
"Shining star of vitality, and wit" 
Activities: Advance 4; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Glee Club 1; Library Corps 2, 3, 
4; Senior Revue 4, 


DONALD G. STEVENS 
6 Cliff Street 

"All in the fellow to be liked" 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Chess Club 4; NOMA Certificate. 


JOYCE SULLIVAN 
1 8 Brown Street 
"Sweet, modest, Sincere." 

Activities: Girls' Basketball 1 ; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 





EDWARD SWINIARSKI 
56 Felt Street 

"A fellow worth knowing, a friend worth- 
having." 

Activities: Advance 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Li- 
brary Corps 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; Senior 
Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Chess Club 4. 


CORINE TACHE 

"A little girl with a lot to say." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; NOMA Certificate. 



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JOANNE TALBOT 
33 Fort Avenue 

"Carefree and witty, pretty and gay. This 
is Joanne in every way." 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Geographical 
Society 3; Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 
3, 4; Volleyball 2; Tumbling 2; Pep Club 
1 , 2 . 


DONALD TARDIFF 
9 Geneva Street 
"Likeable to everyone." 

Activities: Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2, 3 4; Cross Country 4: Winter 
3, 4; Spring 1, 2, 4. 




MARY TIVNAN 
32 Japonica Street 

"A shining example of rare blend, schol- 
arship and friendship." 

Activities: Advance 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3; Geographical Society 3; Junior 
Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 
1, 2, 3; Library Corps 2, 3, 4; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; De- 
bating Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Editorial Award; 
Yearbook Photography Editor. 



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MAUREEN TOBIN 
38 Japonica Street 

"Gay and light-hearted in her own sweet 
way." 

Activities: Advance 3, 4; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Guidance Assistant 4; Hotkey 3, 
4; Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2; Messen- 
ger Corps 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; Senior 
Revue 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Badminton 
2; NOMA Certificate. 

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JOSEPH TAURASO 
2 Scenic Avenue 

"We never heard him grumble; no mat- 
ter what the trial, we'll all remember 
Joe, because of his friendly smile." 




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SHARON TOBIN 
10 Lafayette St. 

"She may look quiet, but look again." 
Activities: Geographical Society 3; Junior 
Red Cross Council 3; Messenger Corps 
4; Senior Revue 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Pep Club 3, 4. 


JANET TREMBLAY 
1 6 Leavitt Street 

"Beauty, sweetness, warmth and grace, 
Shine from her eyes and light her face." 
Activities: Geographical Society 3; Junior 
Red Cross Council 1, 2; Library Corps 2; 
Movie Club 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Senior 
Revue 4; Student Council 3; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Pep Club 2, 3; NOMA Certificates. 


RICHARD TREMBLAY 
7 Andrew St. 

"Ever eager and busy in good works." 
Activities: Senior Revue 4. 





MAURICE TURCOTTE 
44 Rainbow Terrace 

"Cheering, laughing, moving on as merry 
as the day is long." 

Activities: Track: Cross Country 1. 


STEPHEN VERRY 
23 Willow Ave. 

"A quiet personality shielding a spirit 
of determination." 

Activities: Advance 1, 2, 3, 4; Library 
Corps 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 3; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Student Council 4; Track: Cross 
Country 1, 2; Spring 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 
4; Chess Club 4. 



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JOANNE VISELLI 
14 Phelps St. 

"Quiet, sweet and lady-like." 


PATRICIA VLASUK 
52 Butler St. 

"Where there's fun Pat's always in it; 
most of the time she will begin it." 
Activities: Advance 4; Geographical So- 
ciety 3; Girls' Field Hockey 1; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Student Council 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; NOMA Certificates. 







Activities: Geographical Society 3; Library 
Corps 2, 3; Office Assistant 2; Senior Re- 
vue 4; Pep Squad 1; NOMA Certificates. 




VIRGINIA WALDRON 
17 Varney Street 

"As sweet and lovely as a rose, Ginny 
makes friends wherever she goes." 
Activities : Geographical Society 3; Guid- 
ance Assistant 4; Senior Executive Board 
4; Senior Revue 4; Girls' Softball 1, 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Pep 
Club 4; National Honor Society; NOMA 
Certificates. 



ALAN WALLIS 
25 East Collins St. 

"A quiet front, hiding a keen mind." 
Activities: Chess Club 4; NOMA Certificates. 


ROBERT WARNER 
10 Salt Wall Lane 

"An alert and independent skeptic." 
Activities: Golf Club 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Yearbook Staff 4. 



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CAROLYN WESTON 
24 Foster St. 

"Her hair is gold, her charm is rare, Caro- 
lyn's a friend beyond compare." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Badminton 2; Pep 
Club 3; NOMA Certificates. 



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ELLEN WHITMORE 
3 Randall St. 

"One can mark her merry nature by the 
sparkle in her eyes." 

Activities: Geographical Society 3; Ad- 
vance 3; Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3; 
Messenger Corps 1, 2, 3; Movie Club 2, 
3; Senior Revue 2, 3, 4; Girls' Softball 
2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
NOMA Certificate. 




JAN WOZNIAK 
1 1 Linden Ave. 

"A fiery personality with a dash of com- 
ical vitality." 

Activities: Art Club 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4; 
Football 3; Literary Club 4; Messenger 
Corps 4; Senior Revue 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 3; Track: Spring 1; Winter 1; Cross 
Country 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Chess Club 
4; Pep Club 4. 



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GLORIA WRIGHT 
84 Linden St. 

"A rare combination of quietness, mis- 
chief, and fun." 

Activities: Advance 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; 
Geographical Society 3; Junior Class Coun- 
cil 4; Messenger Corps 1, 2; Movie Club; 
Senior Revue 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Bad- 
minton 1, 2; Tennis 1. 


JULIE YEE 
15 Flint St. 

"She's sweet and shy and nice, with just 
the right amount of spice." 

Activities: Senior Revue 4; Pep Squad 3; 
NOMA Certificates. 



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CORINNE YIATRAKOS 
94 Boston St. 

"Dark eyes, dark hair, and a pretty smile 
—a true friend and one worth while." 
Activities: Junior Red Cross Council 3, 
President 4; Library Corps 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 1, 2; Pep Club 3. 


ANNE ZEGAROWSKI 
8 Belleau Rd. 

"She is gentle, she is shy, but there's a 
twinkle in her eye." 

Activities: Advance 1, 2, 3, 4; Geograph- 
ical Society 3; Glee Club 4; Choralettes 
4; Senior Glee Club 4; Guidance Assist- 
ant 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Senior 
Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 
4; Volleyball 1, 2. 




JAMES ZUJEWSKI 
39 Union Street 

"The unspoken word never does harm. 
Activities: Track: Cross Country 2; Spring 
2; Chess Club 4; NOMA Certificates. 



RICHARD LEE 
1 Lemon Street Court 
"A garrulous and witty dreamer." 
Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Junior Red 
Cross 1; Messenger Corps 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Revue 4. 


JANICE ZEGAROWSKI 
2 Columbus Square 

"Petite but overflowing with vitality and 
spirit." 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Geographical 
Society 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Girls' Field Hock- 
ey 1; Senior Revue 4; Student Council 2; 
Pep Club 2. 



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GEORGE BARTNICKI 

"A pleasing smile, full of pep and fun. 
Such qualities in George are liked by 
everyone." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 1, 2, 3; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4. 


ARTHUR BARRETTE 

"True art's knowing when to speak." 
Activities: Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4; Win- 
ter Track 4. 


BEDLEY THRUSHBOTTOM 
"A pleasing way, and stupid grin" 
Activities: Yearbook; Turkey Shooting. 




ROBERT BLOUIN 

"God's gift to the fair sex." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4. 



LEONARD BRESNAHAN 

"The foundation of every noble character 

is sincerity." 

Activities: Student Council 2. 



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CHARLES BRITTO 
24 Liberty St. 

"A fellow worth knowing; a friend worth 
having." 

Activities: Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 


RICHARD CAMIRE 
6 Hawthorne Blvd. 

"Rare compound of quietness, michief, 
and fun, Ricky is a boy who is liked by 
everyone." 

Activities: Glee Club 1; Messenger Corps 
2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4. 


RONALD H. CHARLAND 
771 Highland Ave. 

"A sunny disposition is the very essence 
of success" 

Activities: Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4. 





PETER GAGNE 
44 Leach Street 

"He mixes reason with pleasure and wis- 
dom with mirth." 


PAUL DEMPSEY 
1 Upham Street 

"Always calm and always collected, well 
liked and respected by all." 

Activities: Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Executive Board 4; Senior Revue 
4; Track 2: Winter 2; Spring 2; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Vocational Representative. 


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JOHN GIARDI 
26 Cushing Street 

"Our pal John is always gay. Anytime 
is time to play." 

Activities: Office Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Revue 1, 2, 3, 4. 


RICHARD GODFREY 
22 Forrester St. 

"A smile for every friend and a friend 
for every smile." 

Activities: Football 1; Projectionist Club 
3; Senior Revue 3, 4. 





SALEM WITCH 

"A smiling mouth and pimpled chin." 
Activities: Cheerleading; Science Club 

(hexes, etc.); Yearbook; Flying. 



PHILIP HOWARD 
10 Sutton Terrace 

Activities: Messenger Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. 


ARTHUR KEHOE 
8 Allen Street 

"Hard work brings good results." 
Activities: Office Assistant 4; Senior Exec- 
utive Board 4; Student Council 1. 


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LARRY KENT 
137 North Street 

"A little nonsense now and then is rel- 
ished by the wisest friend." 


RICHARD KOBERSKI 
4 Friend Street 

"Not very tall, not very small. Peppy and 
sunny, loved by all." 

Activities: Band 1; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4. 




GEORGE LAPHAM 
7 Cushing Street 

"A blend of good sense and a sense of 
humor." 

Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4. 




JOSEPH LUBAS 

13 Sylvan Street 

"To know him is to like him." 

Activities: Football 1; Messenger Corps 

2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 



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FRANCIS MURRAY 
156 Bridge Street 

"A sunny nature wins friendship every- 
where." 


RICHARD MORELAND 
28 Abbott Street 

"He's calm and reserved that's as far as 
it goes; He seems to be quiet yet one nev- 
er knows." 

Activities: Yearbook Staff 4. 


HOWARD OLSEN 
8 Bridge Street 

"A study in masculine perseverance and 
vitality." 

Activities: Football 1 ; Messenger Corps 
2, 3, 4; Senior Revue 4. 


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EDWARD MARQUIS 
16 Phillips Street 

"A very quiet fellow he seems at first 
sight; but when you get to know him, 
he'll change your mind all right." 
Activities: Junior Executive Board 3; Mes- 
senger Corps 2, 3, 4; Senior Executive 
Board 4. 


RICHARD MORIN 
18 Andrew Street 
"Good natured with good sense." 
Activities: Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue 3, 4. 


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PAUL POPIELSKI 
65 Palmer St, 

"Straight-forward, yet consistently good- 
natured and considerate." 

Activities: Art Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3; 
Geographical Society 3; Messenger Corps 
2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Revue 4; Track 1, 2. 


RONALD RIOPELLE 
37 Winter Island Road 
"A Charming seriousness that does not 
displace humor." 

Activities: Football 1. 


DAVID SABOURIN 
27 Franklin St. 

"Neither too reserved nor too exuberant." 
Activities: Track 3; Cross Country 3. 





EVERETT H. SWENSON 
38 Tremont St. 

"A friend who makes the least noise." 
Activities: Messenger Corps 2, 3, 4. 


ROBERT TAGLIERI 
28'/2 Grove St. 

"A keen wit, a wise look, and an answer 
always ready." 

Activities: Football 1, 2; Messenger Corps 
2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Yearbook Staff 4. 



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GERALD THOMPSON 
7 Bristol Street 

"Good scout, fine pal, real friend." 
Activities: Football 1; Junior Executive 

Board 3; Senior Executive Board 4. 




ROGER WARD, JR. 

3 Island Avenue 

"My heart is warm with the friends I 
make." 

Activities: Football 1; Messenger Corps 2, 
3, 4. 



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Football 



MICHAEL 

BURKE 


GARY PALARDY 


DAVID 

LEVY 


STEPHEN^- 

INGEMT 

Co-captain 


DAVID MITCI 









JOHN 

CORNFORTH 


DOUGLAS MICHAUD 


GEORGE MAGUIRE 
Co-Captain 


LOUIS DAILEY 


KENNETH GUILMET 


RONALD SIROIS 


Football 


Under the experienced coaching of Walter T. Sheridan and his fine staff, Salem 
High gridsters made an impressive showing throughout the "1962" football sea- 
son. Through hard work and tremendous team effort, S.H.S. remained in the 
undefeated column for four action-packed games. Had fate been with them, 
Salem High might have continued on its undefeated course. Football fans will 
never forget the heart-breaking loss to our neighboring rival Peabody. This and 
many more thrilling games helped make the season an enjoyable one for all. Led 
and inspired all the way by co-captains George Maguire and Steve Ingemi, the 
club ended with a 4-4-1 record. 



1962 Schedule 


Salem 

12 

Lynn English 

12 

Salem 

18 

Marblehead 

3 

Salem 

20 

Gloucester 

0 

Salem 

25 

Lowell 

8 

Salem 

0 

Lynn Classical 

12 

Salem 

0 

Haverhill 

6 

Salem 

13 

Peabody . .. 

14 

Salem 

38 

Saugus 

8 

Salem 

0 

Beverly 

46 


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Basketball 


Left to right, Bottom Row: Richard Flynn; George Kmiec; Ralph Greaves, Captain; Robert Groszyk; Al Giardi. Back Row: Robert Lowd; 
Douglas Michaud; John Gorczca; Gary Kasprowicz; Coach Gus O'Donnell. 



The basketball season of 1963 told a story of a slow start and a lot of disap- 
pointments. Team spirit grew among the boys until it reached its pinnacle at the 
Boston Garden against Brockton. 

The loss to Brockton was a defeat that really hurt. The resounding applause 
of the standing ovation went unheard by most of the boys, but the crowd knew 
it had seen one of the best played games of school boy basketball since the in- 
ception of the Tech Tourney. Praise is what the team received;* praise is what they 
deserved. This team had no standouts, no stars; this was a team of 1 1 hard work- 
ing boys who had desire, a desire which paid dividends in the end. 


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All set to score. 


Action under way. 


Salem 

58 

Lawrence 


54 

Salem... 

48 

Lynn English 


59 

Salem 

44 

Gloucester 


58 

Salem 

68 

Saugus 


.... 49 

Salem 

77 

Peabody 


67 

Salem 

2 

Lynn Classical ... 


0 (forfeit) 

Salem 

60 

Haverhill 


48 

Salem... 

46 

Beverly 


70 

Salem 

79 

Lawrence 


67 

Salem 

52 

Lynn English 


62 

Salem 

57 

Gloucester 


45 


70 

Saugus 


55 

Salem 

56 

Peabody 


53 

Salem 

...67 

Lynn Classical ... 


66 


. 52 

Haverhill 


48 

Salem 

48 

Beverly 


73 

Salem 

68 

Brockton 


69 


(Tech Tourney) 


Up in the air. 


GARY 

KASPROWICZ 


ROBERT 

LOWD 


DOUG 

MICHAUD 


Captain 

RALPH 

GREAVES 


RICHARD 

FLYNN 



JAMES 

GEOGHEGAN 


PETFR 

CARON 


DONALD STEVENS 


Co-Captains 



Salem .. .. I 

Salem - - .. 3 

Salem .... _ .. . 4 

Salem 2 

Salem 2 

Salem 2 

Salem 4 

Salem 1 

Salem 2 

Salem - . 2 


Hockey Schedule 


Salem ; 5 

Salem 1 

Salem ............ 4 


1962-1963 


Saugus 

Malden Catholic 

Peabody 

St. John 

Gloucester 

Lynn English 

Lynn Classical 

Danvers 

Swampscott 

Woburn 

Amesbury 

St. Mary 

Beverly 







"Face Off" 


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Hockey 



L. to r.. First Row: John Kozak, mgr.; Thomas Wood; Paul Pied; John Zbyszinski; Ronald Smith; James Murphy; Robert 
Sorenson; James Geoghegan, co-captain; William Kozak, mgr. Second Row: Thomas Michaud; Robert Louf; Donald Stevens, 
co-captain; Thomas Stevens; James Tardiff; Ronald Barrett; Paul Caron; Peter Caron, co-captain. 


The Salem High Hockey Team of 1962-63 was a greatly improved group. Its overall record 
was 9 wins, 8 losses, and 1 tie. It enjoyed its greatest triumph in defeating Beverly 2 to 1 in a 
hotly contested game at the Lynn arena. The season closed with a colorful banquet sponsored by 
Post 23, American Legion. Trophies were awarded to all the members of the team. ''Jim" Geo- 
ghegan was awarded the MUP for his fine showing all season and the seniors on the squad were 
given Jackets. The League record was 4 wins; 8 losses, 1 tie. 


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Row 1, I. to r.: P. Caron, A. Giardi, G. Kmeic, D. Levy, J. Moroney, P. Levesque, R. Donovan, D. Sadowski. Row 2, I. to r.: J. Welch, 
T. Woods, D. Kobas, P. Caron, P. Salvatore, R. Levesque, J. Kozematti. 


Baseball is another popular sport at Salem High. The boys on the squad had high spirit and enthusiasm 
all season though they lost five out of the first six games. However, the last part of the season saw Salem 
ahead six out of the eight games. Walter Sheridan is coach. 

Seniors on the team were: David Levy, captain; Peter Caron and James Moroney. 


Baseball 


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JAMES MORONEY 






PETER CARON 


Salem 

._ 3 

Lynn English 

Salem 

... 0 

Saugus 

Salem 

. 4 

Peabody 


1 

Haverhill 

Salem 

... 6 

Lawrence .. 

Salem. 

2 

Lynn Classical 

Salem 

... 8 

Beverly 

Salem 

... 5 

Lynn English 

Salem 

3 

Gloucester 

Salem 

... 2 

Saugus 

Salem.. 

. 5 

Gloucester 

Salem.. ..... 

... 3 

Peabody 


5 

Lynn Classical 

Salem.. 

...10 

Haverhill 

Salem 

.10 

Lawrence 

Salem 

... 2 

Beverly 


Won 

Lost 



DAVID LEVY (Captain) 



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Cross Country 



Co-Captains, 
E. Fallon, 

L. Dailey, 

M. Burke. 



Thirty Champs 

Winter 



JIM ODEAMBO 


One way to keep fit. 



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DAVE HAZARD 




The 1962 Cross-Country Track Team had a very successful season. Coach Robert 
Chouinard was pleased with the 7 wins and 3 losses record. The Jayvees record 
was 6 wins and 4 losses. 

The Winter Track Team surprised everyone by rolling up five straight victories 
before losing to Beverly, St. John's and Andover. 

Every senior on the Spring Track Team squad provided an outstanding perform- 
ance. Considered to be no better than fourth, the squad surged to a second place 
position in the Essex County Track Conference. The record was 4 wins, 1 loss. 

Seniors who participated in track were: Charles Murphy, Pete Deschenes, Bob 
Raymond, Eddie Fallon, Mike Burke, Don Tardiff, Pete Maleolepszy, Lou Dailey, 
Jack Corbin, Dave Mitchell, Dave Levy, Dave Hazard, Jim Odeambo, Ed Gaudet, 
Russell Brynes, Jan Wozniak, Gary Kasprowicz, Tony Camarda. 


Track 


DAVE MITCHELL 


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Spring Track 


'Resting before running' 


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Golf 



C. Bishop, B. Sylvester, R. Ouellette, D. O'Keefe, P. Tremblay, J. O'Leary. 




Under the supervision of Coach Frank Connors, the Salem High Golf Team had 
a good season. The sport is one of pleasure and skill played in the midst of 
beautiful surroundings. Functioning as a group, the boys showed good sportsman- 
ship at all times and were a credit to our school. 


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Girls’ Sports 


Red and White Council 


Bottom Row, left to right: J. Cornforth, H. Byrne, L. McMahon, L. Darling. Standing, 
left to right: M. Cornforth, M. Smith, S. Georgilarkis, N. O'Leary. 


Under the supervision of Miss Kopaczynski, the executive branch of 
girls' sports. The Red and White Council, has played a great part in the 
organization and advancement of the girls' athletic program. 


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First Row, I. to r.: L. Parent, B. Childs, P. Gardzinir, M. Grondin, C. Hill, J. Cornforth, C. Dolan, D. Bowers, M. Smith. Second 
Row: A. O'Brien, C. Glackin, C. Hoar, A. Matson, P. Beauleau, L. Hoar, M. Jackson. 


Basketball is one of the most popular sports at Salem High School. The girls, 
for many years, earned the respect of its interscholastic opponents by demonstrat- 
ing not only exceptional skill, but also the basic principle of athletics and good 
sportsmanship. Coaches Miss Kopaczynski and Miss Boyle can be proud of the 
results of their efforts. 


Girls’ Basketball 


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Badminton 



First Row: C. Dolan, E. Ferris, V. Harrington, L. Jackson, D. Bowers, L. Hoar, D. Stupakiewicz. Second Row: T. Kluska, P. Gagnon, 
L, Raymond, D. Higgins, M. Sarnowski, M. Amsler, C. Hoar, N. Fanning, P. Gardzinar, R. Tavano, M. Nestor. Third Row: G. 
McGrane, S. Sadowski, M. Wilson, D. Austin, L. Axelrod, D. Kluska, W. Sanborn, M. Yee, C. Glackin, N. Belock, S. Harding. 


Under the direction of Miss Boyle, the Badminton team had lots of fun participating in doubles. 

Volleyball 



L. to r., First Row: E. Ferris, D. Stupakiewicz, C. Dolan, L. Hoar, L. Jackson, J. Cornforth, P. Gardzinar. Second Row: R. Tavano, 

M. Wilson, V. Harrington, W. Sanborn, D. Kluska, S. Harding, M. Raymond, H. Byrne. 


The 1963 Volleyball team had a series of interscholastic games ending with the exciting Red vs. White. The 
team was coached by Miss Kopaczynski. 


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Softball 



L. to r., First Row: D. Bowers, L Hoar, G. Jackson, C. Hill, J. Cornforth, l. Jackson, C. Dolan, M. Charbonneau. Second Row: M. 
Rizzotti, L. Axelrod, D. Kluska, V. Harrington, R. Tavano, M. Cornforth, M. David, P. Conner, E. Ferris. 


The Softball team of 1963 was one of the finest in the school's history. It was a hard fight to make the starting 
position. 

Tennis 



i. to r.. First Row-. L. Axelrod, N. Belock, D. Stupakiewicz, C. Dolan, L. Hoar, L Jackson, J. Cornforth, P. Gardzinir. Second Row : 
C. Ouellette, P. Gagnon, K. Swiniarski, L. Gadala, M. Amsler, E. Doherty, M. Sarnowski, G. McKay, M. Raymond, D. Higgins. 
Third Row-. V. Harrington, D. Austin, T. Kluska, M. Yee, W, Sanborn, D. Kluska, E, Ferris, B. Spurr, R. Tavano, G. McGrane, D. 
Hyland. Fourth Row: M. Wilson, V. Stupakiewicz, C. Glackin, E. Sheehan, L. Raymond, C. Hoar, M. Cornforth. 


Tennis, a very energetic game, gave the girls an insight to cooperation, understanding and leadership. 




Girls’ Field Hockey 


The Field Hockey team, under the direction of Miss Kop and Miss Boyle, had a 
Victorious season. Judging by the large turnout of freshmen, the prospects for 
many successful seasons ahead look bright. 



Front Row, I. to r.: N. O'Leary, D. Smith, N. Burnett, S. Beck, J. Cornforth, L. Jackson, C. Dolan, L. McMahon, N. Grondin, 
C. Stupakiewicz, C. Parsons, A. Matson. Middle Row: S. Weir, A. James, V. Strout, N. Hodge, P. Stasinopulos, D. Krauskas, 
A. Luciano, M. Cornforth, S. Seward, B. Bolt. Back Row: M. Madore, J. Levesque, L. Briggs, C. Stevens, E. Fanning, S. George- 
larkas, C. Cameran, V. Stupakiewicz, M. Smith. 







JOANNE 

TALBOT 


What would we have done at 
all our sports activities without our 
CHEERLEADERS? Under the fine 
leadership of Janice Zegarowski, 
they gave encouragement and kept 
the fans in high spirits as they lead 
the cheers with pep and limitless 
enthusiasm. 

Besides their support at the foot- 
ball and basketball games, the 
cheerleaders also sponsored several 
dances in honor of the teams. 

Special thanks should be given 
to Miss Mantina Lefthes, faculty 
advisor, for without her guidance 
and untiring effort, the group 
could not have possibly functioned. 


ELAINE 

GUENETTE 


Cheerleaders 


TERRY 

PETROPOULOS 


HELEN 

BYRNE 


JANICE ZEGAROWSKI 
Head Cheerleader 


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DONNA 

GRACZYK 


The Baton Squad, as always, 
added life and color to all our 
events. The girls trained expertly 
by Mr. Ollie Ahern and led capa- 
bly by Shirley Gambale were a 
credit to Salem High. We always 
felt a glow of pride as we watched 
them perform with pep and vigor 
and precision. 


PAT HOLLORAN 


Baton 


DENISE 

FRANCOEUR 


SHIRLEY GAMBALE 
Baton Leader 


ROSALIND 


GUANCI 


JUNE ARTHUR 


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Advance Art and Business Staffs 



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The staff of the Ad- 
vance and Witch's Brew 
this year tried to offer 
what the student body 
and school wanted and 
needed. The staff ex- 
panded the Witch's 
Brew, our School news- 
paper, to cover more 
than the usual gossip 
and major club reports. 
It now includes edito- 
rials, poems, and col- 
umns designed to air 
student opinions on the 
topics most closely re- 
lated to student affairs. 


First Row, I. to r.: D. Broyer, B. Bolt, G. Falta, S. Higgins, E. Tuttle, C. O’Keefe, N. Lorenze, G. Wright, P. 
Holleran, J. Cornforth, J. Holleran, C. Puelo. Second Row: H. Smith, J. Morin, K. Burke, C. Hodge, L. Jackman, R. 
Palardy, D. Higgins, M. David, L. Hoar, S. Hording, N. Belock, J. Arthur, C. Budzinski, R. Lear. Third Row : L. Dailey, 
D. Mitchell, J. Wozniak, R. Archambault, R. Brophy, M. Nestor, S. Wilkinson, C. Dolan, D. Sfupakewiecz, E. Swiniarski, 
R. Cohen, J. Cornforth, J. Markowicz, P. Chisholm. 


Advance Literary Staff 


Meanwhile, the Advance 
broadened tremendously from 
the standpoint of student par- 
ticipation as exemplified in a 
400% increase in subscrip- 
tions and a 50% increase in 
literary contributions. The Ad- 
vance staff hopes to stimulate 
more interest in writing and to 
encourage those who might 
come to regard writing as their 
main interest. 



First Row : P. Huntington, S. Verry, D. Eaton, E. Guenette, A. Lann, M. Tivnan, M. Winocur, L. Dion, J. 
Coughlin. Second Row: R. LowH. R. Brynes, E. Chisolm, L. Dailey, M. Rotstein, C. Stefanski, B. Henry, P. 
Raymond, D. Mitchell. 


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Chess Club 


One of Salem High School's 
newest clubs was the Chess 
Club under the advisership of 
Mr. Flaherty. The Club struck 
a responsive note as indicated 
by the number who joined. 

The Club subscribed to Chess 
Life, a national magazine, and 
the Annual Chess Life of 1962. 

While play was confined 
within our members, the group 
hopes to compete with other 
schools in the future. 



Chess Club — Row 1, left to right: M. Nestor, J. Morin, D. Baisile, K. Roderick, C. Ayles, Mr Flaherty, M 

Lamereaux, L. Axelrod, L. Whitmore, S. Harding, M. Loss, R. Gagnon. Row 2.- D. Maxwell, G. Linsky, T. Camardo, 
N. Dionne, P. Carroll, M. Lubas, L. Lapinka, B. Kelley, P. Brynes, D. Whalley, N. Wait. Row 3: R. Quadros, F. 
Miaskiewicz, S. Verry, R. Sanford, J. Markiewicz, R. LeBlanc, F. Ozerski, G Sifalo, S. Jones, J. Silver, A. 

Chatell. Row 4: J. Brown, R. Salvo, L. DiMambro, G. Canny, R. Reed, D. Theriault, J. Parent, R. Cohen, R 
Pollack, A. DiFransisco, J. Downing, M. Zusra. 


Debate Club 



The Debate Club was Salem 
High's newest sensation. 
Under the direction of Coach 
Henry Burns, the enthusiastic 
group engaged in 250 de- 
bates, winning 125 of them. 
It was a wonderful record 
since the Salem High group 
were novices competing ex- 
perienced school groups. Sal- 
em won 6 trophies in tourna- 
ments all over New England. 

Plans for the future include 
affiliation with the National 
Forensic League. 


Row 1, I. to r..- C. Kasprowicz, D. Hammon, M. Seward, A. Adams, M. Colella, L. Axelrod, L. Dionne, P. Huntington 
A. Lann, E. Chisholm, A. Lovely, R. Hatt. Row 2: J. Cohen, A. Chatell, H. Stevens, M. Bixby, M. Clifford, M. Amsler, 
L. Raymond, L. Dailey, M. Tivnan, D. Francoeur, L. Simard, B. Quinn, P. Brennan. Row 3: F. Sweeney, R. Raymond, 
P. Laski, L. Dailey, D. Levy, D. Mitchell, D. Eaton, J. Odiambo. O. Wasonga, F. Meier, G. Trainos, D. V e noit. Row 4 
P. Herter, J. Edwards, J. Dick, C. Allen, A. Marcus, R. Lowd, R. Boris, J. Gauss, T. Tivnan, A Theriault, R. Minutillo, 
R. Brynes. 


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Drama Club 



"Friends, Romans, . , . come, 
off to the Drama Club's affair 


As always the Drama Club 
had much to offer its members 
in the way of enjoyable ex- 
periences in the satisfaction of 
living expression. Under Mrs. 
McDonald's guiding eye, the 
group blossomed to maturity 
and really waxed dramatic. 


First Row: P. Dansreau, M. Nestor, C. Hodge, B. Lord, L. Doiley, K. Burke, P. Huntington, C. Huntington, J. Parent, 
J. Redmond, D. Smith, L. Whitmore. Second Row: A. Lovely, L. Lubas, P. Gardzinir, P. DiNopoti, L. Newton, M. 
David, S. Harding, D. Stupakewiecz, E. Ferris, K. Gaffney, M. Boulier, M. Copeland, C. O’Keefe, B. Henry. Third Row: 
M, Cyr, P. McCarthy, J. Parent, D. Rosetti, K. Carbone, M. Jackman, L. Kompa, G. Rouleau, S. Wilkins. J. Wozniak, 
R. Warner. Fourth Row: R. LeBlanc, L. Ramos, M. Burke, P. Deschenes, D. Levy, D. Eaton. 


Future Teachers of Ameri- 
ca was formed this year for 
students interested in the 
field of teaching. 

Under the direction of 
Miss Phelan, the group dis- 
cussed aspects of teaching, 
schools which train teach- 
ers, and opportunities in 
the field. 

As a project, individuals 
were allowed to go out in- 
to the classrooms and teach. 
This opportunity gave the 
student a chance to see if 
he enjoyed teaching, and if 
he v/ould like to prepare 
for further study. 


Future Teachers of America 



First Row: M. Fcmino, M. David, E, Ferris, L. Hoar, B. Soucy. Second Row A. Zegarowski, D. Basil, D. Berkowiiz, B 
Allen, M. Larnoureaux, P. Dansreau. Third Row: R. LeBlanc, A. Kosovor, A. Lann, M. Tivnan, I. Hubisz, S. Sipcl. 


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Guidance Assistants 


The assistants in the 
Guidance office do many 
things such as filing, re- 
cording grades and informa- 
tion, running errands, a job 
which is appreciated by all. 
They do the little things 
which help so that the of- 
fice can be run more 
smoothly and efficiently. 

As well as helping oth- 
ers, the assistants them- 
selves profit from the ex- 
perience. 



First Row: L. Parent, C. Price, M. Tobin, A. Zegarowski, N. Lorenz, J. Arthur, J. Rob.nson, L. Buentgen, S. Arthur. 
Second Row: I. Gagne, A. Boudreau, M. Caron, A. Mattson, M. Grondin, E. McKay, S. McMahon, L. Darling. 


Freshman-Sophomore Literary Club 



First Row , left to right: E. Kelly, M. Mahoney, J. Fecteou. L. Audet. Second Row, left to right: L. Kapinka, T. Sadoski, 
D. Kobas, A. James. 


Learning to enjoy litera- 
ture is something that can 
easily be developed. 

The Freshman-Sophomore 
Literary Club is developing 
an interest in good reading. 

Time passes very quickly 
at our meetings as books 
"Come To Life." 


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International Relations Club 



This year one of the most 
important clubs formed • at 
Salem High School was the In- 
ternational Relations Club. It 
was organized to encourage 
the student to become more 
interested in foreign affairs 
and the peoples of foreign 
countries. 

At each meeting, foreign 
students from Salem High and 
other neighboring high schools 
would speak on one or more 
aspects of their country and its 
people. The meeting would be 
open not only to the club's 
regular members, but to any 
interested student. The club 
had a very successful begin- 
ning and shows great promise 
of becoming even better. 


Row ]: Mike Burke, Maureen Pescuma. Row 2. Obediah Wasonga, Andrea Lann. 


The Library Corps under 
the supervision of Miss An- 
nable has helped to make 
the library one of the most 
useful school services. The 
objective of the Library 
Corps is to broaden the 
services of the librarian and 
to help create closer con- 
tact between student and 
library. 

Each member devotes at 
least one period a week to 
library service. During this 
period, he practices many 
library skills. 

The Library Corps held 
several activities this year, 
including a trip to a Boston 
Book Fair, an assembly, and 
a tea for parents. 

We wish to thank Miss 
Annable for her helpful ad- 
vice and suggestions. 


Library Corps 





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Row 1: M. Femino, J. Kobierski, A. Kosover, A. Lann, B. Bolt, C. Puleo, J. Viselli, H. Byrne, J. Sweeney, M. Tivnan, 
P. Raymond, P. Huntington, S. Hobbs, C. Dolan, C. Huntington, E. Chisolm, L. Dailey. Row 2- E. Dumas, B. Pelletier, 
L. Newton, M. David, B. Lord, J. Levesque, C Cameron, L. Grant, M. Jeffreys, C. Lavoie, L. Dionne, L. DiVirgilio, 
P. Dansreau, K Hughes, M. Gorczyca, K Williamson. Row 3. C. Waksmonski, L. Whitmore, J. Viselli, C Lann-, G 
Silver, S. Twardowski, M. Winokur, M. Johnson, P. DiNapoli, L. LaForme, R. Katz, J. Byrne. Row 4 S. Verry, R 

Freedman, G. Guenette, F. Sweeney, E. Rosenfeld, M. Rotstein, J. Kulas, J. Moultin, J. Coughlin, B. Moroney, A 

Mattson, L. Briggs, A. Boudro. Row 5. R. Raymon, E. Swiniarski, B. Gibson, T. Jenkins, J. Peterson, P. Dawkins, J. Edwards 
R. Boris, T. Famulari, E. Morin, D. Levy, P. Hurder, P. Brynes, H. Zetlan, J. Dick, B. Perkins. 


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Under the direction of Miss 
Mary McHale, the Junior and 
Senior Literary Club discusses 
controversial and thought-pro- 
voking books. 

Among the books discussed 
were: To Kill A Mocking Bird, 
Old Man of the Sea, Rebel 
Without Cause, Arrowsmith. 


Lyons Memorial Literary Club 



First Row: M. Winokur, M. Rotstein, Miss McHale, P. Raymond, C. Huntington. Second Row . B. Bolt, R. Brophy, L. 
Winters, C. Murphy, J. Wozniak. 

Main Office Assistants 



The assistants in the 
main office help Mr. Arn- 
old, Mr. Tivnan, Miss Flynn, 
and Miss Harkins. They an- 
swer the telephone, take 
messages, and act as stu- 
dent receptionists, render- 
ing information to many 
inquiring visitors. 


First Row: M. Herrick, C. Price, M. Roy, M. Tobin, K. Cunny, C. Kocinski, D. Smith, P. Ryan, M. Tivnan. Second Row. 
E. McKay, A. Bohaczyk, D. Arnold, S. Paskowski, C. Budzinski, A. Zegarowski, C. Koslowski, B. Brophy, J. Viselli, H 
Byrne. 


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Row 1; A. Delisle, A. Kossover, S. Barthelemy, G. Bruce, J. Holloron, C. Puleo, B. Bailey, C. Mason, J, Morin, K. 

Swanson, S. Synkowski, P. Skeffington. Row 2: D. Parent, D. Chouinard, C. Ayles, M. LaPointe, G. Knopka, D. Blackwell, 

J. Russell, S. Britto, L Cunningham, L. Aylwood, D. Fortin, M. Bruns, G. Amelian. Row 3: M. McHugh, S. Williams, A. 

Luciano, H. Smith, P. Williams, K. Broderick, E. Perufo, N. Cunningham, L. Menard. Row 4: D. Mitchell, L. Dailey, R. 

Danjou, J. Markiewicz, T. Rosetti, J. Wozniak. 


Messenger 

Corps 


The Messenger Corps renders a very 
important service to the High School 
Its members are made up of students 
who devote at least one period a week 
to deliver messages throughout the 
school. 

In carrying out their duties, the mem 
bers have an opportunity to meet every 
teacher in the building. Under the guid 
ance of Miss Xenia Avrameas, the mes- 
sengers have performed their duties 
well. 



Row M. Nestor, E. Tuttle, S. Higgins, N. O'Leary, A. Matson, M. Stefanski, J. Levesque, D. Durland, P. Raymond, 
M. Colella, J. Byrne, L. Lubas, B. Lord. Row 2: C. Hodge, S. Ray, N. Belock, M. Irving, L. Fitzgerald, K. Williamson, 
S. Hartnett, J. Arrigo, C. Koslowski, C. Marquis, J. Ashburn. Row 3: M. Mavrakos, A. James, R. Hines, L. Jackson, E. 
Gift, D. Stupakiewiecz, J. Bolt, L, LaForme, P. Comer, B. Brophy, T. Page, C. Tufts. Row 4- B. Grant, D. Gagnon, 
E. Predniki, L. Frotoni, L. Parent, T. Parent, C. Woksmonski, N. Helinski, J. Dzielnik, 8. Allen, J. Cornforth, B. Kossover. 


Movie 

Club 

Mr. McCabe's Movie Club had 
an interesting year. Its outstanding 
event was the sponsoring of Jo- 
seph Calloway at an assembly in 
his interpretations of President 
Abraham Lincoln.. The school looks 
forward to similar projects. 



Row h M. LaPointe, C. Marquis, C. Tufts, J. Wozniak, L. Dailey, D. Mitchell, J. Cornforth, S. Seward. Row 2: H 
Smith, L. Masse, N. Cashman, L. Robichaud, B. Predki, R. Palardy, D. Arnold, S. Paskowski. 






Music 


Our school can well be proud of 
its vocal groups. These organizations 
have given much of their valuable 
time and sincere efforts to enliven all 
our assemblies. 

We are grateful to Mr. Ulle and his 
groups for contributing so much to 
the betterment of Salem High School. 


First Row: C. Robinson, J. Kulakowski, M. Couture, A. Zegarowski, B. Allen, A. Kosover, H. Byrne, A. lann, P. Grabow- 
ski. Second Row': L. Call, B. lord, D. Higgins, P. Comer, P. Gardzinir, B. Childs, D. Broyer, A. Pretimk, B, Doherty. 
Third Row: Mr. Ulle, L. Cann, A. Cooper, D. Austin. 


Freshman 
Glee Club 


Judging by the ability shown by our 
Freshman Club, the years ahead look 
bright in the music department. The 
members have shown a deep apprecia- 
tion of and a love for music in their 
various public presentations. 



First Row: C. Crogon, B. LeBlanc, 5. Mizioch, K. O'Dowd, D. Bimbo, A. Sobourin, p. Gagnon, C. Hoor, C. Mudge. 
S. Buruen, M. Beauvais, C. MacDonald. Second Row: N. Sheehy, A. Tivnan, E. Guenefte, D. Gelineau, M. Copeland, 
D. Raymond, J. Dombrowski, K. Parent, S. Howell, J. McCole, Mr. Ulle. Third Row: D. Corriveau, G. Angelopolus, 
F. Bertuccio, R. Moultin, M. O'Neil, R. Dubiel, R. Crowell, M. Cyr. 


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Song Club 


Some folks have termed 
our Song Club as little song 
birds . . . we appreciate 
this compliment for the 
group enjoys singing as 
much as the listeners and 
do so with sweetness, 
lightness and deftness. 

The Club has enjoyed en- 
tertaining the school at dif- 
ferent occasions. 



tow 1 : M. David, L. Call, P. Grabowski, J. Kulakowski, A. Zegarowski, A. Kosover, B. Allen, A. Lann, M. Couture, 
B. Lord, A. Pretanik, R. Morency, C. Dupuis, A. Downing, C. Robinson, H. Byrne, R. Palardy. Row 2: K. Sylvester, 

B. Karbounizak, D. Stasinopolous, N. Cashman, L. Briggs, B. Predki, l. Robichaud, D. St. Charles, L. Cann, L. DiVirgilio, 

D. Austin, J. Arrigo, S. Arthur, A. MacPartand. Row 3: E. Kucker, A. Cooper, S. Kasenenko, D. Broyer, P. Gardzinir, 

G. Muscato, B. Childs, P. Comer, D. Higgins, W. Sanborn, E. Ferris, B. Doherty, Mr. Ulle. Row 4: R. Minutillo, D. 

Corriveau, D. Angelopolous, D. Wilinski, C. Allen, J. Moroney, J. Wilkinson, R. Danjou, C. Murphy, K. Fruci, R. 
Crowell. 

District Chorus 



All- State 


Row 1. M. Couture, P. Grabowski. Row 2. P. Huntington, Mr. Ulle. 


Row 1: P. Huntington, J. Kulakowski, A. Lann, M. Couture. Row 2: Mr. Ulle, G 

Guennette, J. Vigelia, M. Stafford. 


All State is the big event in our music activities. Following trials, selections 
of the lucky, or rather, capable participants are made. We are proud of our 
classmates who qualified. 


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District Band 


District Orchestra 




First Row: S. Kopka, M. Galper, R. Minutillo, J. Kulas, M. Stafford, G. Guenette, M. 
Winokur. Second Row: A. Lann, J. DiVeglia, H. Lowd, R. Lowd, D. Eaton, B. McLoughlin. 


On December 7 and 8, 1962, 23 students from Salem High participated in the Northeastern District 
Concert in Wakefield. Rehearsals were held on both days at Wakefield and a concert was given on 
Saturday evening to a capacity crowd. 

The members of the school band, orchestra, and chorus who participated were selected through com- 
petitive auditions held a month prior to the event. This is an event to which we all look forward and 
the selection as a participant is considered an honor. 




The School Orchestra is 
a busy group. A lot of 
work and practice is 
sprinkled with fun and 
pleasure. The Orchestra per- 
forms for assemblies, at the 
Senior Revue, and impromp- 
tu jam sessions for our own 
pleasure. Room 127, head- 
quarters for the Orchestra 
and other such groups, is a 
hive of activity and a maze 
of instruments. 


Your Orchestra 



Row 1: M. Stafford, D. Kochakian, J. Kulakowski, K. Guenette, P. Raymond, C. Dolan, N. Burnett, L. Raymond, C. 
O'Keefe, M. Winokur, K. Hughes, S. Kopka, M. Rotstein, C. Lann. Row 2: M. Galper, R. Brynes, E. Fallon, G. 
Guennette, R. Minutillo, L. Rotykowski, W. Fallon, F. Sweeney, A. Lann, M. Amsler, B. McGloughlin, R. Raymond, J 
Gauss. Row 3: P. Grocki, J. Kulas, R. Evans, H. Zetlan, P. Getchell, H. Lowd, R. Brophy, R. Lowd, B. Gordon, R. 
Dauphinee, R. Dee, D. Eaton, P. Sweeney, R. Moroney. 


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Your Band 


"WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR "CLOSING FANFARE-MOON RIVER" 

SHS Band met its new teacher, Mr. Troderman, this year. Under his direction and Director of Music Mr. Boisvert, the group had a colorful year. 
It added "sound" and "color" to the football games. It held exchange concerts with Springfield, Vermont. It assisted at rallies and, of course, 
at graduation. 30 seniors were part of the 85 members which made up this talented group. 

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Row I, left to right: J. Sheedy, K. Butts, M. Stafford, K. Guenette, D. Holleran, P. Erps, R. Hatt, B. Alien, D. Hammon, M. Winokur, K. Hughes, S. Kopka, L. Camarda, 
L. Axelrod, M. Rotstein, C. Lann. Row 2: E. Fallon, J. Kulakowski, D. Kochakian, E. Chisholm, A. Mahoney, J. Murphy, C. Dolan, N. Burnett, D. Venoit, C. 
Beloch, C. Kasprowic 2 , M. Amsler, S. Wilson, J. Fecteau, B. Bolt. Row 3: E. Rosenfelt, G. Guenette, A. Kassover, S. Wilbur, R. Minufillo, R. Paymond, R. Piatrowski, 
J. Savto, G. Sarbanis, W. Fallon, F. Sweeney, A. Lann, L. Raymond, C. Katz, B. McGloughlin, C. O'Keefe. Row 4: R. Egans, P. Getchell, P. Grocki, J. Kulas, B. 

Paskowski, L. Raczkowski, R. Dauphinee, H. Zetlon, R. Moroney, P. Sweeney, D. Eaton, R. Raymond, J. Gauss, R. LeBlanc. Row 5: R. Turcott, P. Laski, M. Gatper, R. 

Brynes, E. Swiniarski, R. Brophy, J. Edwards, J. Moroney, H. Lowd, R. Dee, B. Gordon, A. Marquis, R. Melanson, R. Lowd. 


"ATCHESON AND TOPEKA AND SANTA FE" 


'LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING" 


Pep Clubs 



The Pep Club lived up to its name this 
year— it was really peppy at all events. 
Each sport had a chairman: Gail Falta, 
basketball; Gloria Wright, hockey; Mary 
Tivnan, track. Mr. Flaherty was the Club 
adviser. 

Every sport had a more pleasant season 
because of the happy enthusiastic back- 
ing of the Pep Club. 


Row 1: F. Ryan, G. Falta, G. Wright, M. Melin, 
D. Arnold, N. Lorenz, J. Cornforth, Mr. Flaherty, 
D. Archambault, S. Paskowski, B. Bailey, C. Mason, 
M. Roy. Row 2: D. George, S. Maurafs, N. Helin- 
ski, J. Morin, C. O’Keefe, P. Holloran, M. 

Pescuma, D. Graczyk, S. Barfhelmy, J. Tremblay, 
P. Vlasuk, J. Dzielnik, A. Kossover, E. Whitmore, 
J. Holloran. Row 3: P. lewis, R. Guanci, J. 

Sweeney, B. O'Grady, B. Henry, A. Bohacyk, C. 
Price, L. Donahue. Row 4. M. Femino, J. Maga, 
M. Packard, J. Kobierski, P. Hincman, M. 

Tobin, A. Zegorowski, J. Gauthier, J. Arthur, C. 
Puleo, R. Sanford, M. Tivnan, J. Wozniak, G. 
Kasprowicz, R. Warner. Row 5: L. Dailey, D. 

Mitchell, D. levy, R. Lowd, J. Markowicz, M. 
Golper, J. Cornforth, M. Burke, P, Deschenes, C. 
Murphy, B. Gordon, J. Nevins, J. MacDonald. 




Row 1. M. Cornforth, D. Bimbo, C. Stevens, L. Bag- 
lioni, C. Grondin, Mr. Flaherty, G. Dick, K. O'Dowd, 

C. Whitmore, D. Krouskus. Row 2: M. McCarthy, L. 
Jackson, D. Stupakiewiecz, E. Gitt, C. Budzinski, R- 
Lear, J. Vanne, J. Redmond, J. Carson, J. Conte, S. 
Seward, E. Fanning. Row 3: A. Tivnan, L. Durkin, 

D. Darling, A. James, M. Mavrakos, B. Durkee, E. 
Tuttle, L. Norris, C. Cameron, B. Michaud. 


Row 1: M. Tivnan, J. Sweeney, R. Guanci, Mr. Cambell, 
Mr. Pesce, C. Kocinski, R. Finney, F. Ryan, Row 7. 
C. Stevens, G, Falta, G. Wright, G. Blais, J. Vanne, 
J. Cornforth, S. Sinkowski, C. Caron. Row 3: L. Briggs, 
P. Olszewski, L. Dailey, R. Warner, E. Swiniarski, S. 
Gambale, S. Paskowski, P. Ryan. 


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Red Cross Council 

Row 1: M. Murray, J. Coughlin, N. David, B. Boll, A. Kosover, P. Huntington, M. Tivnan, G. Wright, C. O'Keefe, 

E. Chisholm, B. Henry, J. O'Connell, L. Whitmore, C, Hodge, E. Tuttle, L. Kompa, R. Lear. Row 2: N. Belock’ 

A. Delisle, N. Aylward, D. Slupakiewicz, T. Pszenny, L. Schwary, M. Irving, C. Huntington, N. Mclnms, k' 
Swiniarski, E. Sheehan, R. Halt, A. Tivnan, D. Stasinapoulos, D. Rosetti, L. Parent. Row 3. J. Parent, D. 
Campbell, J. Cohen, J. Markowicz, E. Rosenfeld, C. Lann, J. Trembley, M. Roy, P. Vlasuk, J. Sweeney, T. 

Blanchett, M. Tobin, L. Dionne, D. Higgins. P. Caron, P. Chisholm. Row 4. L. Dailey, G. Palardy, D. Mitchell, 

J. Moroney, M. Galper. 



The Red Cross Council works 
to encourage understanding of 
and help for others in need. 
Under the direction of Miss 
Avrameas, the members raised 
money and worked to carry on 
their unsung service for the 
good of their fellowman. 


Our Safety Patrol boys are 
always on hand when the bell 
rings to guide us along the 
corridor. What would we do 
without this handsome manly 
group? It is their job to en- 
courage order during "rush 
hours." 


Safety Patrol 



Row 1: S. Crowell, R, Adrien, D Hazard, T. Pizzo. Row 2; G. Sinclair, P. Richard, J. MacDonald, R. Ferreira. 




Science 

Club 



The Salem High School Science 
Club was organized for the discussion 
and exchange of information of proj- 
ects and discoveries related to the 
different sciences. 

The big project of the club this 
year was the organization and judging 
of the Freshman Science Fair. 

The Club members assisted the 
Freshmen in their various projects. 

This year was very successful. 


First Row: R. Brynes, G. Guenette, L. Wallis, P. Dawkins, T. Familari, B. Phillips. Second Row: E. Raskowski, J. 
Sweet, S. Philos, j. Sweet. 


Student Council 


The Student Council is a vital 
gear in the proper and success- 
ful operation of school activities. 
Under the supervision of Mr. 
John Grady and the leadership 
of Pres. Bob Raymond, Vice-Pres. 
Al Giardi, Recording Sec. Mau- 
reen Pescuma, Corresponding 
Sec. Elaine McKay, and Treasurer 
Mike Burke, the Student Council 
has extended its efforts by the 
forming of such committees as: 
the Clearing House, the academic, 
the finance, the cafeteria, and 
the entertainment committees. 


Row 1: S. Georgilakis, S. Synkowski, M. Cobella, J. Bolt, C. Huntington, L. Fitzgerold, E. Gift, M. Femino, M. 
Pescuma, L. Redmond, P. Huntington, A. Saborin, A. Tivnan, M. Conforth, D. Gelino, L. Kompa, R. LeBlanc. Row 2. 
P. O'Leory, J. Levesque, M. Roy, L. Whitmore, 6. Graczyk, B. Ridault, K. Walsh, M. Herrick, A. Bohaczyk, E. McKay, 
C. Beote, C. Dolan, L. McMahon, P. Raymond. Row 3: J. Edwards, D. Kochakian, G. Palardy, M. Burke, R. Sanford, R 


Raymond, B. Sylvaniewiez, A. Giardi, 


Conforth, M. Lyons, P. Dube, N. Femino, R. Deschenes, O. Wasonga. 


Row J; L. Dailey, E. Chisolm, D. Gel- 
ineau, S. Andreskiewiecz, C. Kasprowicz, 
S. Sadowski, L. Raymond, L. Briggs, B. 
Melin, N. O’Dell, V. Strout, S. Cobb, 
L. Gadala, R. Carroll, G. Paluszkiewicz, 
J. McKay. Row 2: J. Vanne, A. Matson, 
N. Piotrowicz, R. White, J. Pappalardo, 
G. Maguire, S. Rizzot, S. Verry, P. 
Herter, N. Bimbo, B. Paskowski, B. O'- 
Keefe, N. Wellick, A. Adams, M. Tiv- 
nan. Row 3: L. Ramos, P. Levesque, 

W. Quinn, P. Caron, G. Michauld, D. 
Burnham, T. Stevens, R. Lowd, B. Gor- 
don, P. Henderson, D. Tache, R. 

Freedberg, G. Lee, E. Maynihaw, M. 
Greenlaw, G. Tranos, A. DiFrancisco. 


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Class History 

On a cool clear September morn in 1959, our days at Salem High began. Salem 
High was a huge building with long corridors, many rooms, and altogether too 
many strange faces, To say we were a bit awed would be putting it mildly. Our 
fear soon was replaced by a feeling that we were all an important part of this 
enormous maze. 

Although as freshmen our social activities were largely restricted, we did have 
one affair we will always remember. This was, of course, our "Freshman Frolic." 
At no other dance have we ever met so many new faces . . . faces which grew 
from strange countenances ... to shy acquaintances ... to everlasting friends. 
High School began to feel more and more "homey." 

The fall of 1960 brought the highlight of our Sophomore year, the "Sophomore 
Cabaret." It was at this dance that the boys in the class finally became aware that 
girls existed, and a fever of romances broke out. We did do some studying, how- 
ever, during all this time . . . just for the record. 

As our junior year began, we suddenly realized that we were upperclassmen! 
After an exciting week of campaigning, we had our first election of class officers: 
John MacDonald, president; Richard Archambault, vice-president; Helen Byrne, 
treasurer; Dorothy Arnold, secretary. Under their leadership, there were several 
social events: the Junior Carnival, Junior weekend with a record hop and a cook- 
out at Forest River, and, of course, the Junior Prom, "Wonderland by Night" at 
the Tedesco Country Club. Perhaps, the highlight of our Junior year was that trip 
to Washington with the Seniors! 

Then finally September, 1962, arrived and we became the Mighty, Mighty 
Seniors." After an exciting and really professional political campaign, the course 
of our senior year was expertly shaped by our president, Roland Brophy; vice- 
president, Charles Murphy; treasurer, Leon Ramos; and secretary, Adele Bohaczyk. 

The first social activity was the Barn Dance at which everyone was doing the 
new dance craze, the Mechanical Twist. Our next dance was the Valentine Dance 
which was beautifully decorated by Maria Femino and her committee. The climax 
of the evening was the crowning of the Queen and her Court. The Yearbook 
"Witch" dance followed with a packed gym. 


Class History 

It was about this time that "Around About and Nowhere in Particular," our 
senior revue show, began to take shape. Under the direction of student coordina- 
tors Genie Sarbanis and Roland Brophy, rehearsals began with Joanne Pydynkow- 
ski teaching the memorable Can-Can, the lively Polka, the beautiful Viennese 
Waltz, and the colorful Brazilian Dance. 

Mr. Ulle and Mr. Troderman brought out much hidden talent in the vocal field 
as we all sang "It's A Lovely Day Today," "I Got The World On A String," "I'm 
Sitting On Top Of The World," and "It's A Great Country." 

One thing our class definitely didn't lack was comedy as was shown by that 
talented Swiss band, but, of course, we had drama— there was the Russian scene 
with Beautiful Zelda. We also unveiled the truth about Handsome Anthony 
and Gorgeous Cleopatra. In addition to all this, we had many talented soloists. 

It was this event— the senior revue— which really showed our unification as a 
class! 

The smash hit "Around About And No Where In Particular" will always be re- 
membered for its color, talent, apd fun. 

After the Senior Revue, we returned to normalcy for a while. The days flew 
and in no time at all it was time for graduation practice and Senior Week. 

Senior week started with the Senior Banquet which brought tears and laughter. 
Then Friday, June 7, 1963, we became alumni of Salem High. Saturday was the 
car wash which wound up with just about everyone's getting soaked. Sunday 
was the picnic at the "Y" Island. Though we had a few sprinklings from showers 
our spirits were not dampened. Tuesday night was the Splash Party at the "Y" 
pool . . . real fun. Wednesday brought the Slop Hop at which time we saw movies 
of the Senior Revue. 

June 14 brought the night we had all been waiting for . . . our Senior Recep- 
tion, "Twilight Time," which was held at the beautiful New Ocean House. 

And so our class history comes to a close. Our four wonderful years at Salem 
High School have gone by so quickly . . . too quickly . . . but the memories . . . 
the friendships . . . our classmates . . . our teachers . . . every little event . . . wilt 
stay with us forever never to be forgotten. Au revoir! 





Homeroom 422 


Homeroom 423 


Your 


Learning readin' and writin'. 


Mixing chemicals. 


Homeroom 424 


Homeroom 427 





Classrooms 


At work in the Library. 


Getting some hints on Art. 


Homeroom 433 



Homeroom 428 


Homeroom 431 


Homeroom 432 




Who’s Who 



"Best Looking" 
Richard Archambault 
Faith Koslowski 




"Most Popular" 
Richard Camire 
Adele Bohaczyk 
David Hooks 



" Busiest " 

Murray Galper, Gerald Thompson, Mary Tivnan 



"Most Musical " 
Joyce Kulakowski 
Richard Minutiilo 
Howard Olson 


"Best Dressed" 
Edward Berube 
Claudia Kochinski 
Edward Marquis 


"Quietest" 


Jane Maga, Steve Verry 


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Charles Murphy 
Helen Byrne 
Peter Malolepszy 



"Best Dancers" 
Chester Landers 
Dorothy Arnold 
Donald Stevens 


"Most Artistic" 
Patricia Grabowski 
Richard Kobierski 
Daniel Kochakian 


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" Wittiest " 
Robert Taglieri 
Charlene O'Keefe 
Robert Warner 


"Most Talkative " 
David Sabourin, Gail Falta 
Joseph Markowicz 


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"Most Likely to Succeed " 

Paul Dempsey, Maureen Pescuma, 
Michael Burke 










"THE QUEEN" 
Faith Kozlowski 




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"Beautiful cjirls . . . beautiful gowns." 


"Soft lights, sweet music, ... a heavenly night." 


"Time out for lunch." 




Our Junior Prom was held at the Tedesco Country Club. It was a night to remember with everything just perfect: the music, the midnight 
repast, the moon, the beautiful girls and handsome escorts. Time passed too quickly and we had to hurry away too soon. Faith Kozlowski 
made a beautiful queen and the girls in the court were fitting background. 



"Everything was just de . . e . . licious." 



"Reception line." 



"The Queen and Her Court." 


Left to right: Celeste Staples, Ann Zegarowski, Mary Tivnan, Adele 
Bohaczyk, Faith Kozlowski, Queen, Ellen Whitmore, Shirley Gambale, 
Elaine Guenette, Carol Price. 


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"Let's Love" 


"Another Hit for the Winston Trio plus One". 


The biggest crowd ever, over 400, |ammed 
the gym. Our class "stars" and "starlets" 
performed beautifully. Maria Femino and com- 
mittee surpassed all with their clever decora- 
tive ideas. It was a grand night. Incidentally, 
if you found space you could dance. 


Andrea Lann, Russ Brynes, Mary Couture, Mike Burke. 


"Let's Dance" 



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"Battle of the Drums with Jimmy Moroney, Joey Deveglia, and Richard Dauphinee. 





"The Winston Trio plus ONE" 



"Jan . . . Sandy . . . Adele . . . Bruce" 


Barn Dance 



"Anybody for a twist?" 


Our Barn Dance was a gala event. 
Everyone turned out and had a wonder- 
ful time. The Twist and The Limbo com- 
peted for attention. Can you pick your- 
self out in the picture? Sorry we couldn't 
get everyone in it. The entertainment 
helped round out the evening. 


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Gail and Bobby 


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L. to r.: Terry Petropoulos, Dorothy Arnold, Dorothy Fraser, 
Queen Maureen Pescuma, Ann Zegarowski, Virginia Waldron, 
Helen Byrnes. 



"The Hard Working Committee and Dates" 



"The Grand March" 



L. to r. Ann Zegarowski, Ernie Morin, Joanne Arrigo, Peter Deschenes, Joan 
Cornforth, Robert Raymond, Maureen Pescuma, Mike Burke. 

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Valentine 

Dance 

Soft lights, sweet music, hearts beating as one . . . 
ah, yes, it was ever thus at the Valentine Dance. 
Selection of the Court and Queen was a difficult job 
for our Class has such lovely coeds. Will you ever 
forget this night! 











Student 

Council 

Dance 


"Hi, Folks" 


"Doing the Hully Gully" 


"Entertainment Time" 


"Claudia and Joan pep it up" 




"Sweet and Hot" 









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Dotti, Dickie, Maureen and Mike. 


Queen Helen Byrne 


Elaine McKay, Betty Davies, Darleen Smith, Terry Petropoulos, Queen Helen Byrne, 
Janice Zegarowski, Joanne Talbot, Judy Kanellos, Charleen Hanlon. 


F ootball 


Dance 


The annual Cheerleader's Dance was another big suc- 
cess. Present were the football "heroes." Highlight of the 
night was the crowning of the Queen surrounded by her 
Court. The event is held the Friday following the Thanks- 
giving Day game with our friendly rivals, Beverly. 








"Swing it!" 


"It was a great night!" 


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Note the grace and agility. 


Student Faculty Game 



Our rugged faculty— ready for that 50 mile hike after using the game as a 
warm-up. 



Teachers' Cheerleaders Miss Tully, Miss McHale, Mrs. Swiniarski, Miss Salvo. 



The Student-Faculty Basketball (fame was the smash sports 
hit of the season. Despite handicaps of too much overwork 
from correcting papers, the teachers did a magnificent job 
on the floor. We were proud of them. The gym was packed 
with enthusiastic supporters. It made sports history, we are 
sure. 



Things got a bit exciting at times. 


Don't panic. Bill, it's as simple as C 0 H 1 2 O li . 


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Beverly 

Rally 


The annual rally held before the BIG game 
brought forth huge splashes of color and deafen- 
ing sounds. The assembly was the climax of an 
exciting day of anticipation. The Color Day skits 
were riotous. In spite of all our efforts, our class 
came in second in the skit presentations . . . 
didn't you love it! 


Senior Skit Participants. "Note the rugged Salem line" 


Coach Walter Sheridan gets a cup 
as a token of appreciation from Pres. 
Roland Brophy. 


"Doctors at Work" 


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March 29 and 30, 1963, are the days we 
shall never forget. The Senior Revue is on 
. . . ! Months of practice, planning, prepar- 
ing . . . hours of fun, friendship, coopera- 
tive effort . . . were culminated in one of 
the best revues Salem High has ever seen. 

These pictures show but a part of the 
many scenes. Coordinators Genie Sarbanis 
and Roland Brophy did a marvelous job. 

Music and vocal successes were due to Joan Cornforth, Patricia Hincman being costumed by Mrs. Robert Bertram. 

Mr. Troderman and Mr. Ulle. Choreography 
bows to Joanne Pyndykowski. So many of 
our faculty helped. To them and to many 
unlisted helpers our "Thanks." It was worth 
all the effort. 





"Make Up Time'' 


'Rehearsals were happy hours" 












"Bon Voyage" 


"The Can Can" 


"Siamese Cat Song" 


"Beer Barrel Polka" 


M ary Couture "Darling, Je vous aime 
beaucoup." 


"Swiss Band" 


Helen Byrne "Ballet" 


Andrea Lann and Jimmy Moroney "Bossa Nova 1 

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'Arrivederci Roma 






"In a Paris night club" 


"In a Japanese home" 


"Vienna Ballroom" 


"The truth about Anthony and Cleopatra" 


"At the Luau" 


"In the Kremlin" 


"Brazil" 


"The Swiss Alps" 


"Brito" 


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Car Wash 


'Shiny New Car" 


A lot of good weather, a lot 
of help, and a lot of cars all 
made the Senior Car Wash a 
great success. 


Joyce, John, and Mary. 


"The Bucket Brigade" 


"Bruce's car is next" 


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"Y”-Island 


"Off to the "Y" Island For A Day of Sun and Fun" 





"Taking cover during the slight shower." 



Class of '63 took over "Y" Island for a day out- 
ing. After a full day of a cook-out, swimming, 
games, gossiping, playing with raindrops, we 
returned home ready to rest up for our next day's 
Splash Party. Wish we could show more pictures 
of the rest of the guys and gals. 



"Reading the cards" 



"Our frogmen— John Giardi and Ronald Riopelle" 



'Ate too much" 


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Roland Brophy 
President 



John F. Tivnan 
Vice-Principal 



Senior 


Banquet 




Chester R. Arnold 
Principal 


Leon Ramos, Toastmaster 
Treasurer 


Vice-President 
Charles Murphy, 
Class Lawyer 


Margaret Melin 
Class History 


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Philip J. Brown 
Director of Guidance 












Mr. John M. Conway, Principal, Salem 
Vocational High School. 



Dr. Lawrence J. Fitzpatrick, Superintend- 
ent of School. 


"Smiles" 





"A pretty scene" 



Murray P. Galper, 
Yearbook, Editor-in-Chief 


The Senior Banquet was a beautiful affair. It was a 
gay happy night tinged with sadness. The meal, the 
speakers, the farewells of our Principals and faculty, 
the levity of our Class Will, Class History, and Banquet 
Speaker . . . will stay with us in our memories. Every- 
thing was just perfect . . . and tomorrow (graduation) 
is Goodbye until we meet again. 




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Head Table 



Michael Burke, 
Banquet 













Graduation 


June 7, 1963, outdoors, in Bertram Held, the last chapter in our lives as 


SHS students was written under a clear blue but cool sky. Our white and black 
robes made a pretty picture as we filed between the lines of the Junior Class 
ushers. 

The simple but impressive exercises made a fitting climax to our four happy 
years. Many misty eyes were silent evidence of the deep emotion we felt. 
Our proud parents and friends, too, were touched by the beautiful and mem- 
orable evening. 













"We sing to you, O Salem High' 


'Ready to face the future' 


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David Mitchell receives diploma, 


Elaine Guenette receives Andrews Award. 




Charles Murphy and Helen Byrne followed by Ronald Adrien 
and Patricia Holloran. 


Barbara Bolt receiving 
Andrews Award. 




David Levy and Nancy Helinski lead the way. 




Richard Koberski receiving . diejoma. 


'Climax of our fruitful four years 

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The Reception Line 


Formality and informality . . . danc- 
ing, strolling, gossiping . . . the Senior 
Reception was everything we hoped 
for. 

It was a glorious night full of stars 
and a light warm breeze. 

Beauty and charm, handsome es- 
corts, everything carefully planned, 
the midnight meal tastefully served. 


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President CRofancf Grocuns Queen QJanice 






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The Queen and her Court 


Crowning the Queen and selection of the Court 
is always a highlight of the Reception. 

The judges had much difficulty in making de- 
cisions from the many beautiful girls present. 


Queen Q/anice 2 eyaro cusJti 


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Happy Couples 


Time out for lunch 


Wish we could show all the happy couples 
but we couldn't because of space. 

"Everything was so nice, wasn't it." 


Smile 


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A night to remember 













National Honor Society 



Row 1, left to right: Robert Raymond, Jose Luis Maneiro, Robert Lowd, David Levy, Edward Fallon, Michael Burke, Roland Brophy, 
Murray Galper, Richard Minutillo. Row 2: Nancy Helinski, Maureen Pescuma, Margaret Lewis, Linda Donahue, Mary Couture, Adele 
Bohaczyk, Elaine Guenette, Mary Packard, Margaret Melin. Row 3: Barbara Bolt, Sandra Barthelemy, Virginia Waldron, Jane Sheedy, Annette 
Kosover, Joanne Kobierski, Sandra Paskowski, Celeste Staples, Maria Femino, Mary Tivnan. (Andrea Lann was absent at the time the pic- 
ture was taken.) 


The National Honor Society inducted 29 seniors into its roll of distinguished stu- 
dents who had maintained high scholastic standing throughout the four years. 
20 girls and 9 boys were honored. 

We are proud of our fellow classmates who achieved this scholastic recogni- 
tion based on scholarship, character, leadership, and service. 

We salute the top 29 students of our class and foresee a bright future for them 
judging by their present successes. 


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Standing, left to right. First Row-. J. Viselli, E. Whitmore, J. Yee, C. Tache, M. Melin, E. Murchi, J. Maga. Second Row.- B. O'Brady, P. Melanson, 
C. Price, A. Richard, B. McGloughlin, J. LeBrun, M. Packard, S. Galper, Head of Commercial Department. Third Row: V. Waldron, M. Lewis, T. 
Petropoulos, L. Raby, M. Roy, M. Tobin, C. Ladyszewski. Fourth Row.- C. Puleo, S. Paskowski, C. Mason, C. Weston. 



Noma Society 


Standing, left I o right, first Row: P. Cichocki, N. Burnett, J. Parlsien (superior certificate), Nancy Helinski (superior certificate), Richard Danjou 
(superior certificate), F. Bash, M. Baccari, P. Duest, K. Cunney. Second Row: D. Kokinos, C. Kocinski, J, Kelley, J. Holioran, A. Gallant, J. Freedman, 
J. Dzielnik, B. Bailey, Third Row: J. Kobierski, A. Bohaczyk, P. Hincman, J. Hincman, M. Harrington, $. Gambole, D. Arnold. Fourth Row: F. 
Miaskiewicz, L. Ramos, J. Zujewski, P. Caron, C. Murphy, R. Scaletti, R. Sirois, R. Ball. 


Each year, seniors in the Commercial Department are eligible to participate in the National NOMA Tests. Each student 
takes two or more tests in the four major commercial fields; Bookkeeping, Stenography, Typewriting, and General Clerical 
Office skills. These tests not only measure their scholastic abilities, but also serve as a production test to measure their 
ability to meet the standards expected of them by businessmen. This year, as in previous years, the students of Salem 
High School ranked among the highest in the country in the number taking and passing the tests and receiving NOMA 
Certificates of Proficiency. 


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GAINSBORO STUDIO 


176 Essex St. 
Salem, Mass. 


"Official Photographer" 
to the 

Class of 1963 



It has been a pleasure to have become acquainted with 
so many of you young people and your teachers, this last 
year. 


Also, it is indeed gratifying to know that as time passes and 
you take over the reins that we will be in good hands. 


May success and happiness be with all of you. 



PLAISTED FOREIGN MOTORS, INC. 

296 Highland Avenue 
Salem, Massachusetts 


157 




KEEPING ABREAST OF THE TIMES IN ENGINEERING AND 

PERSONNEL 



GERARD MAILLY 
Service Dept. 
S.H.S. Class 


1962 



WILLIAM DAVIS 
Sales 

S.H.S. Class 

QUALITY PRODUCTS 
PLUS 

QUALITY PEOPLE 
added to our 

1957 


PERSONNEL 

HAS 

CONTRIBUTED 
TO OUR 
SUCCESS 


PLAISTED FOREIGN MOTORS, INC. 


296 Highland Avenue 
Salem 


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Compliments of 


SALEM RUBBER COMPANY 


156 Essex Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 


54 YEARS OF SERVICE 

Complete Athletic Outfitting 


ANTHONY'S AUTO SCHOOL 

Driver Education and Private Lessons 
72 Washington St. 

Salem, Mass. 



ANTHONY SALVO, Prop. TEL. PI 5-4656 


Compliments of 


NORTH SHORE MARKET 



Congress St. 
SALEM, MASS. 


Compliments 
of the 

YEARBOOK STAFF 


159 



•Comfortable 


FUEL OIL 



OIL BURNERS 


211 DERBY ST., SALEM 


PHONE 744-5500 


'oCeirtjfue S/£V€& FlE£T cklitf&L ifCruSv /v&atr ” 

— 


We have helped you to sav» Through the school savings program, now let 
us continue to serve you with a regular savings account. 

SALEM SAVINGS BANK 

125 Washington Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 

"THE BANK WITH THE CHIME CLOCK" 


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Compliments of 

BRIDGE ST. 
PHARMACY 


Pioneer 4-7133 

OTTO D. UMBLEY 


Master Tailor 

183 Washington St. 


Salem, Mass. 


I 


Compliments 

of 


WATERS AND BROWN 


DAVE MURPHY'S 
ATLANTIC STATION 

87 North Street 
Salem, Mass. 


57 Washington St. 
Salem, Mass. 


Compliments of 


MERCHANTS - WARREN 
NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM 


253 Essex Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 




HOLYOKE OF SALEM INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

39 Norman Street 
Salem Mass. 


KOCUR'S SERVICE STATION 


Hats by Gertrude 


333 Bridge St. 



Salem, Mass. 


Custom Millinery 

GERTRUDE'S HAT SHOP 

16 St. Peter St. 


TELEPHONE Pioneer 4-9645 


Salem, Mass. 


161 


Best Wishes From 



SALEM HIGH 
PEP CLUB 


Sitting: Nancy Lorenz, V. Pres., Joan Cornforth, Pres. 
Standing: Dorothy Arnold, Sec.; Richard Archambeault, 
Treas. 


BEST WISHES FROM TOURAINE STORES 
to the Students 
and Graduates 
of Salem High School 

FINEST IN FASHIONS ... 252 Essex Street 


Compliments 

of 

DANVERS FOUNDRY & MACHINE COMPANY, INC. 

Prince Street 
Danvers, Massachusetts 



1 62 


INSTALLATIONS 24-HOUR SERVICE 

SUBURBAN OIL CO., INC. 

Specialists in Oil Heating 


C. F. HOLLAND 


313 Highland Avenue 
Salem, Mass. 
Pioneer 4-5288 


Compliments 

of 

MOUSTAKIS BROTHERS 


JOSEPH R. RICHARD 

Jeweler 

Certified Master Watchmaker 


Candy, Sodas 
Ice Cream, and Dinners 


122 Lafayette Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 


220 Essex Street 
Salem. Mass. 


Tel. PI 4-4314 


BUTLER LINEN SUPPLY 


108 Boston St. 

Salem, Mass. 

For Prompt Service Call PI 4-2969 


WA 2-5333 

Estimates Given 


ALFONSO 

GAMBALE 


Landscape 

Gardener 


27 Leech Street 

Beverly, Mass. 



163 



Compliments of 

LORING AVE. 
CITIES SERVICE 


GEORGE 

"BUD" 

BURRIDGE 


EDMUND 

"CHILLY" 

CHILCOATE 


. 


Congratulations to the Class of '63 



DAIRY PRODUCTS 


PULEO'S DAIRY 

Milk and Cream 


376 Highland Avenue 
SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS 
Tel. PI 4-4860 


"Your School's Milkman" 


164 



Compliments 

of 


S.H.S. 


Messenger Corps 


OFFICERS: 

First row, left to right: Mary Nester, President 
Dorothy Stupakiewicz, Treasurer 
Second row, left to right: Susan Ray, Secretary 
Alma Pretanek, Vice-President 



Congratulations to the Salem High School Class of 1963 
and Best Wishes for a Successful Future. 

J. M. FIELDS 

47 Congress St. 

SALEM, MASS. 


SALTZ 


CHEVROLET 

142 Canal Street 
Salem, Mass. 


165 



MICHAXJD BUS LINES, Inc. 



250 JEFFERSON AVE.. SALEM. MASS. 


Special Tours Anywhere in the United States 
TEL PI 4-1207 J. A. MICHAUD, Pres. 


THE 


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OIL COMPANY 

JOSEPH J. CLARKE 


1 7 Franklin Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 
Phone Pioneer 4-4272 



166 


S.H.S. 

Cheerleaders 




Back (I. to r.) 

Darleen Smith 
Terry Petropoulos 
Charlene Hanlon 
Elaine Guenette 
Betty Davies 
Judy Kanellos 

Front (I. to r.) 

Helen Bryne 
Head Cheerleader: 
Janice Zegarowski 
Joanne Talbot 




STUDENT COUNCIL 
Officers 


Back (I. to r.) 

Treasurer: Michael Burke 
President: Robert Raymond 
Vice-Pres.: Alphonse Giardi 

Front ( I. to r.) 

Rec. Sec.: Maureen Pescuma 
Corr. Sec.: Elaine McKay 


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SALEM EVENING NEWS 



OVERAGE 

SALEM EVENING 
NEWS 


TEL. Pioneer 4-0417 

ANGELO GAMBALE 

Landscape Gardener 
General Utility Work 

13 Intervale Road Salem, Massachusetts 


GIBLEE'S 
MEN'S WEAR 


150 Washington Street 
Salem Mass. 




"If Haircuts Aren't Becoming To You, 
You Should Be Coming To RALPH'S" 


"Ralph" 

Specializes 

in 

"Flattops" 

"Trims" 

"New Yorkers" 


RALPHS 

BARBER 

SHOP 

84 Derby St. 
Salem, Mass. 


"Ralph" 

Specializes 

in 

"Ivy League" 
"Peter Gunn" 
"Continental" 


169 


CAROL ANN 
DONUTS 


220 Derby Street 
Salem 


25 Varieties of Hand Cut Donuts 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 


Telephone PI 4-9688 
Prop., ADHEMARD H. DION 


Compliments of 

PARKER BROTHERS, INC. 


Salem, Mass. 


Makers of 

FAMOUS PARKER GAMES 

Which Include 

MONOPOLY, CAMELOT, RICH UNCLE, CAREERS, 
PING PONG, ROOK, PIT, FLINCH, SORRY, CLUE 

and Many Ofhers 


170 


BELLEAU METAL 
WORKS, INC. 

125 Canal St. 

Salem, Mass. 

Church Renovations Specialists 

"Where quality predominates" 

TOWN & COUNTRY 
MOTORS, INC. 

123 Canal St. 

Salem, Mass. 

PI 4-5670 — Open Until 10 P.M. 


Try 



SILVER'S 

Compliments 


First 

of 


44 Laffayette Street 

ADASKO'S 


Salem, Mass. 



PETER'S FINE FOODS 

Compliments of 


Highland Ave. 

FRED'S VARIETY 


Salem, Mass. 

20 Essex St. 


Fried Foods 

Salem 


Hamburgers 

7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 


Roast Beef 


Compliments of 



EDMOND P. MADORE 

□TWIN MOTOR CO. 

406 Essex St. 


Jeweler 

Salem, Mass. 


34 Lafayette Street 

TEL. PI 4-7846 


Salem, Massachusetts 





171 


Best Wishes 

BERUBE FUNERAL SERVICE 

282 Washington Street 
Salem, Mass. 

Pioneer 4-2177 

R. E. BERUBE, Prop. 

Registered Funeral Director and Embalmer 


John E. Heffernan, Inc. 

PRESCRIPTION'S 

68 Washington Street Salem, Mass. 

Telephone PI 4-2224 and PI 4-2225 
PHILIP L. HEFFERNAN, Reg. Pharm. 



ESSEX FLOWERS 


265 Essex Street 

Compliments of 

Salem Mass. 

CHRISTY'S RESTAURANT 

Special Corsages for 
High School Students 

17 Gedney Street 

and Floral Arrangements 

Salem, Mass. 

for every occasion 


PI 4-4024 


EDITH LANN — Proprietor 

172 



Best Wishes 

Congratulations 

PELLETIER'S MARKET 

NICHOLS 

284A Washington Street 

FUNERAL HOME 

Salem, Mass. 

45 Pleasant Street 
Marblehead, Mass. 

FOR YOUR PROM — 
Tuxedos (1000 on Premises) 
Full Dress Cutaways 
Strollers 

18 Piclcman St. Over 30 Yrs. 

Salem Experience 

White Formals — Summer 

RYAN ROOFING 

PARKWAY CLEANERS 

280A Washington Street 
Salem, Mass. 

TEL. Pioneer 4-8628 

Compliments of 
ARTHUR RYAN, Prop. 

PI 4-5744 


GOLF COURSE 

Compliments of 

HAWTHORNE MOTOR 

LUNCH, INC. 

HOTEL 

R. L. KEHN 
General Manager 

Fried Clams — Sea hoods 
Chicken in the Rough — 

Pizzas — Steamers 

241-243 Jefferson Ave. PI 4-9501 


CHAMPION CHROME 

Bowl for Fun — 

PLATING COMPANY 

CANDLEPIN BOWLING LANES 

18 Broadway Street 
Salem, Mass. 

PI 4-3954 

Metal Finishing and 
Polishing 

50 Broadway Street 
Salem, Mass. 

Pioneer 4-2872 


173 


Compliments of 

PULEO'S DAIRY 
BAR 

374 Highland Ave. 
Salem, Mass. 

Home Made Ice Cream 

EROLA & SON, 
INC. 

Electric Motor Repairing 

81 Bridge St. 

Salem, Mass. 

TEL. 744-0217 


McDonald & riordan, 
INC. 

117 Bridge St. 

Salem, Mass. 

Compliments of 

SACCON 

JEWELERS 


VAILLANCOURT'S PHARMACY 

RAYMOND A. VAILLANCOURT, B.S., Reg. Ph. 
123 Lafayette St. Salem, Massachusetts 

Phone PI 4-1320 
FREE DELIVERY 

Compliments of 

SALEM FOODLAND 

"Where Your Food 
Dollar Goes Farther" 


WENFIELD FRAME CO. 

14 Central St. 

Salem, Mass. 

Art Supplies 
Drafting Supplies 
Custom Picture Framing 

174 

DAVE & JACK'S 
TEXACO SERVICE 

289 Derby St. 
Salem, Mass. 

744-9582 



Compliments 

of 


S.H.S. 

Baton 

Squad 




Best Wishes to the 
Senior Class 
From the Junior Class 


Officers of the Class of 1964 
Seated; I. to r.: 

Linda Whitmore, Treas. 

Nancy Cyr, Sec. 

Standing; I. to r.: 

John Parent, President 
Daniel McHugh, Vice-President 


175 






MATTY'S CANAL STREET 

NORTH SHORE OPTICAL 

JENNEY 

OTARIAN LISTENER 

290 Canal St. 
Salem, Mass. 

General Repairing 

Hearing Aid Division 

129 CANAL STREET 
Salem, Mass. 

j 

LENA'S SUB SHOP 

Compliments of 
MY LADY BEAUTY 

149 North St. 
Salem, Mass. 

Prop., ROLAND THERIAULT 

SALON, INC. 

44 Maple Street 
Danvers, Mass. 

. 

POUSSARD’S PHARMACY 

■ 

Compliments of 

GOLD STAR COFFEE 

335 Lafayette St. 
Salem, Mass. 

PI 4-0577 

CO., INC. 

1 2 1 Derby St. 
Salem, Mass. 

WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO. 

Compliments of 

FONTAINE'S 

SUPERMARKET 

59 Bridge St. 
Salem, Mass. 

"Fontaine's for Fine Foods" 

271 Jefferson Avenue 
Salem 

176 



Congratulations 
to the Class of 1963 


ALMY'S 


1 1 8 Essex Street 

Salem, Mass. 


Compliments of 

Compliments of 


KIMBALL 

TAILOR 


TRAVEL 


CENTER 

VAHE 


Compliments 

Compliments of 

BERNARD'S 


of 


STROMBERG'S RESTAURANT 


2 Bridge Street — On Route l-A — Salem, Mass. 

JEWELERS 


At Beverly Bridge 

173 Essex St. 
Salem, Mass. 


PHONE PIONEER 4-1863 


EDWARDS SHOES 

Good Luck to 



the Class of 


184 Essex Street 



Salem, Mass. 

1963 




A FRIEND 

177 


ROGER-CONANT CO-OPERATIVE BANK 


256 Essex Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 

HOME FINANCING AND SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS 


RAY'S CITIES SERVICE 

RAYMOND R. LeBLANC, Prop. 


Road 

Service 



Repairs of 
All Kinds 


ONE STOP SERVICE 

Tel. PI 4-9612 Cor. Canal St. and Ocean Ave. 


CAPT. NOBLE'S 
FISH MARKET 

149 North Street 
Salem, Mass. 

All Kinds of Fish 
Including Lobster, Meat, 
Shell Fish 
DELIVERY SERVICE 


Compliments of 

SALEM 

LAUNDRY 

CO. 


Congratulations to 
the Class of 
1963 

ORIGINAL SUB 
SHOP 

41 I Essex St. 
Salem, Mass. 


TERMINAL BARBER SHOP 

41 Church St. 

Salem, Mass. 

Opposite Central 
Fire House 

"It Pays to Look Well" 


UNION ST. GARAGE 

215 Derby St. 

Salem, Mass. 


178 



Success and Good Wishes! 

EMPIRE CLOTHING CO. 

133 Essex Street 
Salem, Mass. 


STANLEY CAFETERIA 


127 Washington Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 


Tel. PI 4-3741 Tel. PI 4-1044 

APEX OPTICAL CO. f INC. 

ROGER L. PETIT KEN BANVILLE 


13 Gedney Street 


Salem, Mass. 


Compliments 

of 

NORTHSHORE 

CATERING 

95 North St. 
Salem, Mass. 


179 


Compliments of 


MR. AND MRS. 
MICHAEL HEDIO 


HOWARD'S HAIR STYLES 

Featuring Howard of London 

CREATIVE STYLING by Mr. Howard and Miss Lolly 

Call PI 4-9591 
Also Walk-ln-Service 

33 Church Street Salem, Mass. 


Compliments of 

MURPHY FUNERAL HOME 

83 Federal Street 
Salem Mass. 


L 

SALEM COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 

ACCOUNTING and SECRETARIAL COURSES 
I.B.M. Machines 
For High School Graduates 
72nd Year 

PLACEMENT SERVICE Send for New Catalog 

75 Dearborn Street, Salem, Mass. Pioneer 4-1960 




Compliments of 

L. H. ROGERS, INC. 

CHUTE'S PHARMACY 

HAROLD D. CHUTE, JR., Reg. Ph. 

140 Essex Street 
Salem, Mass. 

Ladies' Apparel 

145 North Street 
Salem, Mass. 

Phone PI 4-1028 

CARL'S 


BARBER SHOP 

ROBERT MAGARIAN CO. 

1 36 Boston St. 

"35th Anniversary of Haircutting" 
From Infant to Grandfather 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1963 

Carpet Cleaning and Installing 

16 Douglas St. 

Peabody, Mass. 

JE 1-0226 

"House of Eagles" 

243 Essex Street 
Salem, Mass. 

EVE. Pioneer 4-7306 

NORTHERN 
REAL ESTATE TRUST 

"Realtors Multiple Listing Service" 
GEORGE A. AHMED 

• Notary Public 

98 North St. Salem Pioneer 4-6715 

BRIDAL SHOPPE 

MOTOR PARTS 
SALES, INC. 

7 Lynde St. 
Salem, 

— Automotive Parts — Equipment and Supplies — 
Body Shop Supplies 

Mass. 

— Machine Shop Service — 

Pioneer 4-4922 80 Margin Street Salem, Mass. 


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1962-1963 TEEN TOWN OFFICERS 
Front — Dotty Arnold, Secretary-Treasurer 
Standing — I to r. 

Mike Burke, Membership Chairman 

David Hooks, President 

Ronnie Sirois, Program Chairman 


PRESIDENTS OF TEEN TOWN 


Year 

Ending 

1949 Allen Sough 

1950 William Volmer 

1951 John Evans 

1952 Nancy Henshaw 

1953 Dorothy Thomas 

1954 Mary Arnold 

1955 Sally Raynes 

1956 Mary Moynihan 

1 957 George Guy 

1958 Philip Cyr 

1959 Shirley Wright 

1960 Geraldine Moore 

1961 Jane Carter 

1962 Susan Ellen Harney 

1963 David Hooks 


19 «9 SENIOR TEEN TOWN ’963 

Extends its Cordial Greetings 
and Best Wishes 
To The 

CLASS OF 1963 


182 



Compliments 

of 

FLOWERS BY DICK 

99 North St. 

Salem Mass. 

PI 5-1340 


DIONNE'S MARKET 

Retailer 

of 

Quality 

66 Loring Ave. Salem 

Telephone PI 4-7280 


D. J. DONOVAN INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

208 Essex Street 
Salem, Mass. 

General Insurance 


"Good Food" 
"Good Coffee" 
NANCY LEE 
COFFEE SHOP 

293 Essex St. 
Salem, Mass. 

Pioneer 4-9675 


TEL. PI 4-0988 

HAYDEN'S 

SAFE & LOCK CO., INC. 

— Master Locksmiths — 

Keys — Locks — Door-Closers — Sharpening 
Herring-Hall, Diebold and Mosler Safes 
Outside Service 

St. Peter St. Salem, Mass. 


PARAMOUNT 

THEATER 


Pioneer 4-9656 






icjh ^TcLilnons 

BEAUTY SALON 


197 Essex St. 
Salem, Mass. , 

First In FasMons 



Compliments 

of 

TOBIN T.V. 
SERVICE 


183 


EDDIE'S 

CONTINENTAL BARBER SHOP 

124 Boston St., Salem 

Look Your Best Always 
in a: 

1. Flattop 

2. New Yorker 

3. Peter Gunn 

4. Hollywood 

5. Conservative Type 


I Specialize In 
What You Want 


Best Wishes 
ED 


184 


I 




Compliments of 

RUSS KIERNAN 

SILVA'S FIRE ANNEX 

105 North St., Cor. Mason 
Rt. 114 
Salem, Mass. 

PI 4-9793 

Auto Rental 

RUSS KIERNAN, INC. 
Auto Rentals 
PI 4-8701 

35 Boston St. 
Salem, Mass. 

Compliments of 

F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

Compliments of 
KAY 

198-200 Essex St. 

JEWELERS 

Salem, Mass. 

Essex St. Salem 

Best Wishes to 
the Class of 

COLONIAL MEN'S SHOP 

'63 

SALEM ARMY & NAVY 

16 Central St. 

Salem Mass. 

216 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. 

Tuxedo Rental Service 
PETER B. MEO 744-5126 

i 

Compliments of 

JODEEN CAR 

424 Broadway, Lynn Tel. 599-2808 

G. W. MERRYMAN 

WASH 

324 Bridge St. 
Salem, Mass. 

Real Estate Broker 
GRAHAM W. MERRYMAN 


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Compliments of 


A 

FRIEND 


"A Well Trained Driver is a Safe Driver" 

SALEM AUTO SCHOOL 

Complete DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE 

Age 16-25 

• Beginner and Refresher Courses 

• Private Lessons 

• Standard and Automatic Shifts 


• Our Instructors are Licensed by Registrar 
of Motor Vehicles 

• We are Licensed for Limited Participation 
in High School Driver Education Program 

"Specializing in Teaching Young, 

Nervous or Elderly People" 


Classes Starting Continuously in 
Our Own Class Room, Conducted 
By College Trained Instructor 



150 Washington St., Salem 
(Opposite Salem News) 


745-271 I 

Answer, Call Beverly 922-6016 


86 


Congratulations, Class of '63 

JOHN FLYNN AND SONS, INC. 

80 Boston Street Salem, Mass. 


BRANCHES: 41 Atlantic Ave., Marblehead, Mass. 

217 Cabot Street, Beverly, Mass. 

Hamilton Shopping Center 
So. Hamilton, Mass. 

ZINA GOODELL CORPORATION 

Established 1836 

HARDWARE — INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES — HOUSEWARES — PAINTS 
86 Lafayette Street Salem, Mass. 


Compliments of 

SALEM'S OLD FASHIONED 
CANDIES 

93 Canal St. 

Salem, Mass. 


AUGER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Brokers 

Mill and Margin Streets, Salem, Mass. 

Tel. Pioneer 5-3300 


187 







METCOM, INC. 


76 Lafayette St. 
Salem, Mass. 


Manufacturers of Microwave 
Electronic Tubes and Components, 
Used in Radar for Military, 
Commercial, and Research Applications 


We at Metcom congratulate you upon your commencement from 
High School. 


188 






Compliments of 

IMPERIAL PAINT CO., 

HAMLIN PAINT & 

INC. 

WALLPAPER CO. 

Phone PI 4-5355 
Paint — Wallpaper 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL 

Hardware 

116 North St. Salem, Mass. 

Eaglo Odorless Paints 
93 North Street Salem, Mass. 

Telephone PI 4-8395 

Good Luck 

Compliments of 

KILLY'S BARBER 

CARON'S 

SHOP 

DINER 

1051/2 Bridge St. 
Salem, Mass. 

38 Bridge St. Salem, Mass. 

Best Wishes 

Best of Wishes 
Class of '63 

EMILY'S 

M & R AMOCO 

BAKERY 

SERVICE STATION 

103 Bridge Street 
Salem, Mass. 

109 Lynnfield Street 
Lynn, Mass. 

H. P. HOOD & SONS 

Compliments 

of 

VINCENT'S 

Dairy Products 

200 Bridge St., Salem, Mass. Tel. PI 4-0720 

POTATO CHIP 

205 Highland Ave. Salem, Mass. 


189 


190 



Compliments of 


BOB'S 

FAMOUS FRIED CLAMS 


Compliments of 


HOOD'S ICE CREAM 


Compliments of 


RICH'S DEPT. 
STORE 

Highland Ave. 


Visit Our Sporting Goods Dept. 



Compliments 

of 


Compliments 

of 


PIONEER DODGE, INC. 

475 Highland Ave. 

Salem, Massachusetts 


VIC MAZZARINI'S 
SERVICE STATION 


Compliments of 

PELLETIER 
SHADE COMPANY 

65 Congress Street 
Salem, Mass. 



Compliments of the 


SALEM CO-OPERATIVE BANK 


71 Washington Street 
Salem, Massachusetts 



Best of Luck 

PAULINE'S BEAUTY 
SHOP 

176 Essex Street 
Salem, Mass. 


TED COLE'S 
MUSIC SHOP 

Everything In Music 
185 Essex St. Salem, Mass. 

Tel. PI 5-4415 


Compliments of 

MIKE'S PIZZA 

109 Lafayette St. 
Salem, Mass. 


Compliments 

M. H. BAKER CO. 

1 8 1 Essex St. 

Salem, Mass. 


Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 

Mr. 


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Joseph V. Fleming 
and Mrs. George F. Flynn 
and Mrs. Emile Fraser 
and Mrs. Sidney Galper 
and Mrs. William Ladyszewski 
and Mrs. Ralph H. Lewis 
and Mrs. Robert Roy 
and Mrs. Philip Tivnan 
and Mrs. Harold M. Tobin 
and Mrs. Thomas H. Tobin 
Thomas H. Tobin, Jr. 
and Mrs. Wasil Vlasuk 
and Mrs. Harvey Whitmore 


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JAMES H. FLYNN 


Salem Classical and High School 1937-1963 


IN MEMORIAM 


Beloved friend of all, he served as head custodian conscientiously and faithfully, giving unselfishly of 
himself. His friendly smile and warm personality will long be remembered by both students and faculty. 
With a helping hand always ready, his many acts of kindness endeared him to all of us. He was modest 
and unassuming. His presence will be missed for in his passing Salem High lost a good friend. 


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"Until We Meet Ag 


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"Auf Wiedersehen” 


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"Ah . . . Memories” 


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'Memories of Old Salem” 


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"Au Revoir” 


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'Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow. 










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